The Most Trusted Fertility and IVF Specialists in the St. Louis region

We offer more than 30 years of experience providing consistently high pregnancy success rates, honest and accurate information, and compassionate care. Our expertise and the extensive resources of Washington University School of Medicine enable us to offer the most effective procedures and technologies in fertility treatment today.

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What sets us apart?

From being the first IVF program in the state of Missouri, to having access to the latest medical advancements, our board-certified physicians have the most IVF experience in the St. Louis region. Staying current lets us offer our patients effective methods and the best reproductive care.

Our locations

Our locations

See our board certified physicians at one of our 3 locations in the expanded St. Louis area. We also offer appointments at CoxHealth in Springfield, MO, via telemedicine.

  • Central West End
  • West County
  • Shiloh, Illinois
  • Springfield, MO

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Treatments and services

In addition to infertility treatments for women and men, our reproductive endocrinologists provide the full spectrum of women's reproductive health care and therapies.

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  • Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
  • Fertility Surgery for Women
  • Fertility Surgery for Men
  • In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
  • Non-IVF Therapies
  • Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGD/PGS)
  • Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
  • Fertility Preservation
  • Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients
  • LGBT Family Building
  • Gestation Carrier / Surrogacy

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💉Will a varicocele repair enhance our chances of pregnancy? 🤔🤓 💥Chances are if you were told that you have a varicocele, it’s because you had an abnormal sperm count and someone referred you to an urologist that specializes in male infertility (@ranjith). He/she did a physical exam and felt bulging scrotal veins. You and your partner have been struggling to conceive for 1- 2 years and finally you might have an answer and a potential solution. 💥The doctor counsels you that the presence of varicocele could impair spermatogenesis and ligation or some type of "surgical neutralization of the varicocele, will improve your semen parameters. He/she recommends you consider surgery and advised you to talk to your fertility specliasts (or see one if you haven't yet) to make sure you are aware of all the options (IUI or IVF) and where varicocele repair might fit in your approach to treatment. 💉Surgery for varicocele should be considered when… 💊Your varicocele is palpable on exam of the scrotum 💊Your semen parameters are abnormal 💊You (the male) have known infertility 💊Your female partner does not have infertility OR has a treatable cause of infertility (e.g PCOS) 💊Your female partner is under the age of 35 or time to conception is not a concern (takes 3-6 months to realize benefit) 💉How much better will my sperm improve after varicocele treatment? 💥Results vary from patient to patient and surgeon to surgeon and take 3-6 months post procedure to materialize. Sperm concentrations have been reported to increase as much as 12M/ml and total motility has increased about 11%. Studies on pregnancy outcome, though, are mixed, with the majority showing high pregnancy rates after varicocele repair. Others show no difference. Click the link in the bio for more information from @americansocietyforreprodmed Ultimately each situation is unique so always talk to your #fertilitydoc if you have questions about your situation. #infertilitysucks #malefactormonday #malefactorinfertility #malefactor #varicocele #ivfwarrior #ttc #ttcjourney #stlttc #ttccommunity #ttcsisters #stl #doctor #infertility #fertility #infertilitysucks #IVF

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Today we met new friends and bonded with some old ones. We had a blast @towergrovepark #pride. We'll be back next year. Between now and then we will continue to support our #lgtbqia+ patients and use our new knowledge to edcaute others on what pride is about and what happened 50 years ago that began the PRIDE movement. If you are interested in learning more about #stonewall and the #stonewallriots check the link in the bio. #stl #stlpride #stlpridefest #stonewall50

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Fellow love. ❤️ Congrats @ashleyeskewmd once again🎓 @sjmiller211 you are up next. 😉💪 For those that don't know, in order to be a board certified #fertility specialist, one has to spend three years after #obgynresidency and then take a written exam and then a 3 hour oral exam often (but not always) 2-3 years after finishing fellowship. About that exam. It's stressful and just the preparation itself demonstrates organizational strength by the physician candidate. 1 hour to defend a research thesis 1 hour to answer questions about fertility care and standards of care 1 hour on Endocrinology stuff-pcos, pediatric gynecology,etc "Board eligible" fertility specialists are those that completed fellowship AND passed their written BOARDS. They become "board certified" after they pass their oral exam. Board Certified fertility specialists take 8 exams to complete the long journey: MCAT USMLE STEP 1 USMLE STEP 2 USMLE STEP 3 OBGYN WRITTEN Exam * OBGYN ORAL Exam * REI SUBSPECIALTY WRITTEN EXAM REI SUBSPECIALTY ORAL EXAM *board certified reproductive endocrinologist and Infertility SPECIALISTS (aka fertility specialists) are "double boarded" in both OBGYN AND REI @ashleyeskewmd. You are almost there😉 shout out to all former fellows and the next group finishing up and embarking on the greatest career one can have in medicine. #docsofinsta #infertilityawareness #ivfdoctor #ttccommunity #stlttc💕 #stlouiswedding #infertilitywarriors #doctorsofinstagram #residencylife #medicalschool

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