Austin Fertility


Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine functions as a full-service fertility treatment facility located in the greater Austin, Texas, area. The doctors working at Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine are a family team comprised of K. M. Kavoussi, MD, FACOG, and his sons Shahryar K. Kavoussi, MD, MPH, FACOG, and Parviz K. Kavoussi, MD. Together, the Kavoussi family leverages over three decades of experience in the field of reproductive medicine in their services at Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine. Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine offers the only female and male fellowship-trained specialists in the area comprehensively treating couples for sexual and fertility issues. Some of the treatments provided by the physicians at Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine include in vitro fertilization (IVF), tubal reversal, vasectomy and vasectomy reversal, adult circumcision and repair, Peyronie's disease (curvature of the penis), and testicular prostheses. Dr. K. M. Kavoussi and his sons also provide other general forms of fertility treatment at Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine, starting with consultation and diagnosis for couples having difficulty conceiving. Typically, couples having difficulty conceiving who visit the offices of Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine undergo a series of tests. Women receive testing of the fallopian tubes, uterus, and eggs, and men must provide a semen sample for analysis. In most cases, the physicians at Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine follow these tests with diagnosis and treatment options, which consist of intrauterine insemination, prescription of medications such as Clomid or Femara, follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) injections, or in vitro fertilization. Sometimes dietary and lifestyle change are also recommended by the Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine staff. At Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine, Dr. K. M. Kavoussi recommends women under age 35 who have been unsuccessful at conceiving a child after a full year of actively trying consider seeing a professional on the matter. He also recommends women over the age of 35 seek professional assistance after six months of actively trying to conceive. Because the overall chance of a woman conceiving decreases significantly each month following the age of 35, the experienced doctors at Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine offer sound medical advice and top-tier treatments to all

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