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

As a Center of Excellence, 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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Join us on Genetic Counselor Awareness Day, November 14, in celebrating the crucial role genetic counselors play in people’s healthcare – from helping them better understand the genetic testing process, to identifying key information in their family health history, to supporting them through an important medical decision. #IAmAGeneticCounselor #geneticcounselorawarenessday #wustlobgyn #weloveourgcs

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Shout out to our fellow @drcaitlinmartinmd doing her impression of #rosietheriveter. We are inviting all our #womeninmedicine colleagues and #ivfdoctors to do their best recreation on #retrievalday Use the #rosietheretriever hashtag (which is currently an awesome, cute, golden retriever🐕 hashtag #btw). Shout out to the person who coined the term. You know who you are;) 💪🤗

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As we reach the end of October, wanted to leave people with information about what happens next (both short & long term) after one is confronted with news of a #miscarriage. Step 1. Grieve – Don’t be afraid to cry. We welcome it. You should feel like you are in a safe space to release your emotions. Partners, you too. Don’t forget to grieve. Its hard, but you are equally invested in this goal. Lean on your support system, and do not be afraid to ask for professional counseling as well. #ivfdoctors and #obgyns can direct you to such services. There is no right or wrong way to grieve. Remember that whether this is your first miscarriage or your 10th, (yes, we‘ve seen it) you CAN be successful. Step 2. Managing the Resolution of the current pregnancy. There are three options: wait and let nature take its course, active management w/cytotec or active management with a D&C. Each has pros and cons that will resonate with people on an individual basis. Talk to your doctor about which approach is right for you. Since the news of a miscarriage can be so disorienting, take a day or two to process. Step 3. Looking Ahead (while grieving) – We lay out a timeline including necessary action items before they are able to “try again.” Once the pregnancy has been resolved, we wait for the next period which could be 4-6 weeks after the identification and active management of a pregnancy loss. In many cases, with that next period, we do a cavity evaluation with a sonohysterography and then with the next period, if ready physically & mentally, allow return to #ttc. Step 4. Making adjustments and #TTC – sometimes we make adjustments to a treatment plan, sometimes we do not. Talk to your doctor about what’s right for you. Remember you are #notbroken. This process will work for and we will be there to support you along your journey. #pregnancyloss #pregnancylossawareness #ttcafterloss #ttcaftermiscarriage #rainbowbaby #pregnancyafterloss #miscarriagesupport #ihadamiscarriage #ttccommunity #infertility #miscarriageawareness #pregnancylossawarenessmonth #miscarriagesurvivor #infertilitysupport #infertilitycommunity #miscarriagesupport #miscarriagematters

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