Our mission is to give you the latest in health care expertise and technology at one convenient, comprehensive center. At the University of Michigan Center for Reproductive Medicine, we tailor each individual treatment plan to you with a a thorough evaluation of your medical history and personal goals.
The journey through fertility therapies can be challenging, but we will help, encourage, and guide you, and we will connection with the resources you need to navigate the process successfully.
CRM Patients are able to benefit from:
- Convenience - All initial diagnostic procedures for female and male patients, as well as monitoring tests during treatment cycles, are performed on-site at CRM.Male and female fertility experts working out of the same convenient location.
- Fertility Preservation - Patients of reproductive age may be sent routinely to fertility specialists before undergoing treatments like chemotherapy or radiation, which have the potential to change their fertility potential. The Fertility Preservation Program provides services for all patients; semen collection and storage for male patients; and oocyte (egg) and embryo preservation and storage services as well as medical fertility preservation treatment. Though patients may not decide to pursue fertility preservation options, the CRM team feels that each individual should have the ability to decide whether they wish to be evaluated for such treatments before beginning chemotherapy or radiation.
- Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and screening (PGD and PGS) give parents who carry genes for certain inherited genetic disorders the opportunity to conceive while lowering the risk of passing on the gene or disease in question.
Know Your Options: Advancements in Reproductive Medicine
Every time she hears the good news that one of her patients is expecting a baby, Dr. Fisseha experiences the same incredible joy. As the chief of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility, medical director of the Center for Reproductive Medicine, director of In Vitro fertilization (IVF) and associate professor in the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Michigan Health System, Fisseha is part of the team that provides a variety of options for couples who are trying to conceive.