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11/25/2016
By: Mercy O.
Dr. Jerald Steven Goldstein, MD
Great and professional doctor, friendly and great nurses. Always up and doing to make sure everything went well. Will always recommend other , its been great knowing doc Jerald, he is a great help in our life
11/10/2016
By: Amy J.
Dr. Jerald Steven Goldstein, MD
Dr. Goldstein truly has a heart for his patients. You can tell within moments of meeting him that he is passionate about growing families. We're so glad we chose him to help grow ours.
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There are a variety of treatments reproductive endocrinologists can offer. Fertility drugs, such as Clomid, intrauterine insemination (IUI), and assisted reproductive therapy (ART) are the most common.
A fertility clinic is a medical clinic or hospital that specializes in helping couples or individuals who have fertility issues trying to have children. They focus on treatments to aid in the success of pregnancy and carrying the pregnancy to term. While many fertility clinics are covered by insurance, not all procedures are covered.
An endocrinologist must graduate from a four-year medical school from an osteopathic or allopathic (MD) program. This is followed by three years of residency in OB/gyn, followed by residency in a three year fellowship in endocrinology and infertility.
The endocrine system consists of glands that produce and secrete the hormones that control and regulate the activity of cells and organs. These hormones regulate growth, metabolism, sexual and reproductive development, and other physical and chemical processes. The primary glands of the endocrine system include the pituitary, thyroid, adrenals, pineal body, the pancreas, parathyroid,  hypothalamus, and the reproductive organs (testes and ovaries).
Treatments that include the handling of egg and sperm are known as assisted reproductive technology (ART). The most common ART is in vitro fertilization (IVF). In this process, mature eggs are harvested from the female and fertilized by the male donor’s sperm (under laboratory conditions). Upon conception, the fertilized embryos are implanted into the female’s uterus.

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