Chicago IVF welcomes every family type, no matter how it is. This is the reason why here you will find a wide range of fertility programs where same-sex couples and single mothers/fathers are able to achieve their dream of becoming parents. Available treatments for these families are either sperm donation, egg donation, and surrogacy.
After having seen over 12,000 live births during all this time, main fertility treatments offered by Chicago IVF are the following: intrauterine insemination (IUI), egg donation, pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), fertility preservation, and in vitro fertilization (IVF). Male fertility treatments are performed as well.
Additional Fertility Treatments
Chicago IVF also performs complementary fertility treatments:
- PGD & PGS
- Egg Donation
- Fertility Screening Program
Why choose this clinic?
Thousands upon thousands of patients from the city of Chicago have visited Chicago IVF throughout their 10 years of experience. Out of the many reasons that make this clinic trustable, we highlight their expertise, accessibility, and full commitment.
Besides, the medical team at Chicago IVF has created an extensive patient education program so that everyone is able to know thoroughly what they are coping with as well as the many options available to fight against it.
Fertility patients on Google tell about their positive experience in Chicago IVF. Not only do they put their emphasize on their professionalism, but also appreciate the staff's kindness on compassion.
However, a different patient is not so enthusiastic. She complains about the availability of the doctor and the lack of monitoring.
Read some of the reviews here:
Patients on FertilityIQ describe the clinic as clean and organized. One user emphasizes the benefits of IVF Chicago being a smaller clinic. That makes her feel like more of a person instead of a number. The staff is described as kind, compassionate and competent. According to a patient, Dr Brasch always reviews the least to most invasive interventions and is very transparent in regards to the costs associated. As a different patient describes, Doctors try to exhaust the lower cost treatment before moving on to the more expensive ones.
However, a different user critizice the lack of information on the procedure of the IVF process. The user indicated that she needed to do some research on her own before starting her treatment. She also has the impression of performing mass cycles instead of personalized ones.