Fertility Information Library

Our Fertility Library and our website cover a wide range of topics, including defining infertility in women and men, conception basics, explaining treatment options, treatment programs, preserving fertility before cancer treatment, advancements in egg freezing and egg donation, and other information that will equip you for the road ahead.

At ARMS, we want our patients to be informed and understand all options available for infertility treatment, such as IVF Arizona treatment options, IVF costs, and financing programs. We encourage you to explore our website to learn as much as possible. Our Glossary section explains many of the terms you will hear throughout your journey.

Our IVF Arizona treatment options include a Complete IVF Cycle for only $8,900! No hidden costs or surprises.

And of course, the doctors and staff here at Arizona Reproductive Medicine Specialists are always available to answer any questions you may have; please take advantage of our Talk to A Doctor Today program and call us to help you begin your journey and achieve your dream of building your family!

Explore the topics below to learn more about infertility conditions.

Conception Basics & Infertility

Factors affecting conception basics (egg, sperm or uterus) can lead to male & female infertility problems. Fertility treatment can increase pregnancy chances.

Female Infertility

There are many causes for female infertility including age, PCOS, endometriosis & fibroids. Diagnosis can help determine the correct fertility treatment.

Genetics Overview

Human development occurs when an egg from the mother and a sperm cell from the father combine as fertilization, developing the genetics of a baby.

Male Infertility

Male Infertility There are many causes for male infertility which may need to be addressed prior to successful pregnancy. Some of the more common issues include: Past medical history, prior surgeries and medications used. Family history of infertility or birth … Continued

Recurrent Miscarriage

When a woman experiences two or more consecutive miscarriages, she has experienced recurrent miscarriage.