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Guests Invited to Attend Midwest Fertility Center Open House

For individuals looking to find a trustworthy source for infertility treatments Midwest Fertility Center offers a weekly open house to answer prospective patients' questions.

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There are millions of people struggling with infertility and ensure of where to go or who to trust. Accepting that infertility may be preventing conception is difficult for both men and women. Fortunately, there are many trustworthy resources all across the United States. For individuals or couples living in the Chicago and northwestern region of Indiana, one of the most trusted sources for in vitro fertilization and other assisted reproduction treatments are accessible through Midwest Fertility Center.

"We know at Midwest Fertility Center that coming forward about infertility can be difficult especially when you are unsure where to go. We want to take the difficulties out of finding a good doctor by allowing guests to visit our main office for open house every Tuesday," says the Midwest Fertility Center's representative.

Midwest Fertility Center's Open House is conducted at the main office in Downers Grove, Illinois. "Our goal is to put your mind at ease and help you feel more comfortable with the Center before making that final decision," claims the Midwest Fertility Center's website. The open house is a great way to encourage new prospective patients. It creates a friendly and open environment for guests to ask questions.

"At Midwest Fertility Center we encourage questions. We believe an informed patient has more trust in our staff and our work. The staff at Midwest Fertility Center is carefully chosen not only for their medical skill, but also for their reputation for patient care. We believe in being honest and truthful," claims Midwest Fertility Center.

The Open House at Midwest Fertility Center held every Tuesday at the main office is a great chance for individuals considering infertility treatment to get a close look at the center and professionals. It is the best opportunity to visit the main facility, meet members of the staff, and ask questions about the center and treatments. Staff at Midwest Fertility Center also provides information at Open House on what insurance carriers the center is affiliated with in addition to other payment and finance options.

Midwest Fertility Center has been one of the leading in vitro fertilization centers since they were established in 1984. For nearly three decades they have helped create families. All that the center asks is to call ahead so they know who to expect at each Tuesday open house.

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Midwest Fertility Center Boasts High Rates of Tubal Ligation Reversal Success

Midwest Fertility Center is one of the few clinics in the world to perform laparoscopic tubal ligation reversal surgery.

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For 30 years, Midwest Fertility Center has helped patients achieve their dreams of creating a family. In addition to the common in vitro fertilization procedure, Midwest Fertility Center performs other assisted reproduction procedures. "It is our goal at Midwest Fertility Center to help patients achieve parenthood. We understand the emotional struggle of infertility and provide personalized comprehensive treatments plans to achieve conception," says the Midwest Fertility Center's director.

Although it is not a natural infertility issue, women who have undergone tubal ligation are unable to conceive naturally. "Tubal ligation is the surgical procedure to sterilize a female. The surgery is the severing and tying of the female's fallopian tubes," says the director of Midwest Fertility Center. It is not uncommon for the ends of the tubes to be burned closed and is considered a permanent way to prevent pregnancy.

"The procedure is performed when a woman is sure she no longer wants children, but at Midwest Fertility Center, we realize there are circumstances that may change that certainty. We have had great success rates with laparoscopic tubal ligation reversal and therefore provide a guaranteed tubal ligation reversal," says Midwest Fertility Center's director. Some of the instances where women have wanted to reverse their tubal ligation include a new marriage or loss of a child.

For women considering the procedure, the center asks that staff be contacted at one of their centers in the Chicago area or one of the two offices in Indiana for a consultation. After the consultation, the minimally-invasive tubal ligation reversal surgery is planned and performed by one of Midwest Fertility Center's experienced surgeons. The success rate due to their technique has made Midwest Fertility Center's confidence in successful reversal very high.

As a result of the many successful reversals, Midwest Fertility Center started their guaranteed laparoscopic tubal ligation procedure. Their guarantee is simple, if neither tube can be repaired, the physician's fee is returned in its entirety or a complete in vitro fertilization cycle is provided for free. The only caveat being the patient is responsible for the needed medications. Other restrictions do apply and interested patients will need to sit down with an infertility specialist at Midwest Fertility Center.

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Midwest Fertility Center: Providing Decades of Hope

Midwest Fertility Center has been helping infertile couples with in vitro fertilization since 1984.

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For nearly three decades, Midwest Fertility Center has been solving couples infertility trouble with the in vitro fertilization procedure. Midwest Fertility Center serves patients located in Chicago and the northwest portion of Indiana. In the 21st century, Midwest Fertility Center has grown to be one of the region's largest and most trusted infertility treatment offices.

"In vitro fertilization was introduced to the United States in 1981. It was three years afterward Midwest Fertility Center started providing its services under the direction of Dr. Amos Madanes," says a representative of Midwest Fertility Center. Nearly three decades later, Dr. Amos Madanes still diligently works as Director of Midwest Fertility Center.

According to the Letter from the Director published on Midwest Fertility Center's website Dr. Amos Madanes has, "Witnessed hundreds of miracles born into this world." It is the team of professionals at Midwest Fertility Center that makes couples' hopes a reality. The professional staff at Midwest Fertility Center has experience and various backgrounds in gynecology, psychology, genetics, nutrition, pediatrics, urology, embryology, andrology, and more.

The doctors at Midwest Fertility Center have experience working with individuals in a personal setting and performing medical research. "Each member of our staff is among the best in her or his field and all were handpicked for their expertise, experience, and commitment to patient care," explains the Midwest Fertility Center's website. In addition, Midwest Fertility Center hires the highly skilled nurses, surgeons, and ultrasonographers.

In all their years of service, the staff at Midwest Fertility Center has focused on direct professional patient care. Each patient that comes to Midwest Fertility Center for infertility treatment is treated with care and compassion. Midwest Fertility Center's infertility specialists then create a comprehensive and individualized treatment plan based on the needs of each individual patient.

Since 1984, Midwest Fertility Center realized the dreams of many infertile patients with in vitro fertilization. Their assisted reproduction treatments expanded to include: gamete intra fallopian transfer (GIFT), intra cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), assisted hatching, and blastocyst transfer. According to Midwest Fertility Center's website, "Each patient is unique, with different needs and concerns... they deserve to have a variety of options available to them. We provide a comprehensive selection of treatments to increase the chance of conception."

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New Programs Implemented at Midwest Fertility Center

Midwest Fertility Center takes a patient centered approach in infertility treatment with individualized treatment plans and a new holistic approach. New for 2013 are three new health programs.

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Midwest Fertility Center has been helping couples successfully conceive and grow a family since 1984. Since its establishment, Dr. Amos Madanes has been the director of Midwest Fertility Center and is proud of the patient-centered care Midwest Fertility Center provides. After years of working with infertile couples, the doctors at Midwest Fertility Center decided it was time to expand the center's services.

"We all share the belief that the overall health of our patients are important. Not only is physical health important for carrying a child, but also mental and emotional health. That is why we introduced these three new programs. We wanted to meet the physical and emotional needs of our patients," says Dr. Amos Madanes.

This holistic approach to medicine led to the creation of stress management, fitness, and nutrition programs at Midwest Fertility Center. Each program has a specialist. Midwest Fertility Center's stress management specialist is a licensed professional counselor and national certified counselor who is understanding and compassionate. Midwest Fertility Center uses their new stress management program to help patients before, during, and after their infertility treatment.

The second program instilled by Midwest Fertility Center is their new fitness program. "Fitness is important for overall physical health. Being fit is both in body and spirit and our fitness program is designed to promote that. At Midwest Fertility Center, we believe fitness is key to enhancing the lives of patients coming to us for treatment and we want to improve promote positive health," says Dr. Amos Madanes.

The third new program is nutrition. The nutritionist working for Midwest Fertility Clinic possesses over two decades of clinical nutrition experience. "Our nutritionist has researched diet intervention for chronic disease and the effects of diet change on blood fat levels," says the Midwest Fertility Clinic Director. Midwest Fertility Clinic will use the nutritionists' skills and experience to: "Blend medicine and nutrition in order to optimize the overall health of our patents here at Midwest Fertility Center," a representative said when asked. "We couldn't be more thrilled to help families across the Midwest and the world when it comes to getting them the families they desire. There's nothing more rewarding!"

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