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Embryo Transfer

by | November 21st, 2017

Understanding Embryo Transfer Infertility treatment often involves a variety of tests and procedures. Dan Gehlbach MD, the medical director of our Kansas fertility center, wants men and women to feel comfortable as they undergo treatment, which may include in vitro fertilization, or IVF. One critical step in the IVF process is embryo transfer. Our Kansas…Read the Rest of Article

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Freeze All IVF Cycles

by | July 18th, 2017

The perks of freeze all IVF cycles As a skilled reproductive endocrinologist, Dr. Dan Gehlbach stays informed on the latest fertility advances to ensure top-notch treatment for our Kansas fertility center patients. After a thorough fertility evaluation, Dr. Gehlbach will customize individual treatment plans designed to help our patients achieve their dreams of parenthood. We…Read the Rest of Article

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IVF Babies on the Rise

by | March 19th, 2014

The governing organization for fertility clinics in the United States released its report for babies born in 2012 as a result of in vitro fertilization. Midwest Reproductive Center is one of 379 member clinics that report to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART). Of the 3.9 million babies born in 2012, 1.5 percent were…Read the Rest of Article

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New Leading-Edge IVF Lab at Midwest Reproductive Center Can Boost Pregnancy Success

by | January 14th, 2014

Can a building help you get pregnant? If it’s a certified, specially designed, state- of-the-art IVF lab, the answer is yes. Midwest Reproductive Center is thrilled to announce the opening of a new world-class IVF lab, giving patients yet another reason for confidence and hope in their pregnancy journey. Choosing a Fertility Doctor Means Choosing…Read the Rest of Article

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Getting to the Point of Single-Shot IVF

by | August 6th, 2013

Dr. Dan Gehlbach sometimes recommends in-vitro fertilization (IVF) after other infertility treatment options, such as intrauterine insemination (IUI), fail to result in a pregnancy. People with certain medical conditions (blocked fallopian tubes, recurrent miscarriage, male infertility and premature menopause) also benefit from IVF.   1. Regulating the reproductive cycle. The fertility drug Lupron suppresses the pituitary…Read the Rest of Article

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Hyper and Multi: Words you don’t want to hear in ovulation induction

by | May 14th, 2013

Fertility medications used to induce ovulation can remove the ‘unknowns’ in a menstrual cycle: Will my follicles grow? Will I ovulate? Will I time intercourse or artificial insemination to optimize my chances? Dr. Dan Gehlbach with Midwest Reproductive Center carefully manages ovulation induction to help increase your chances for getting pregnant. About 25 percent of…Read the Rest of Article

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Learn about Sperm: Take this Short Male Infertility Quiz

by | April 2nd, 2013

Dr. Dan Gehlbach knows the male reproductive tract. As a reproductive endocrinologist in Olathe, Kansas, Dr. Gehlbach sees men and women having trouble getting pregnant. Half the time, infertility is caused by male factors, so Dr. Gehlbach will recommend semen analysis. Most people don’t think about the inner workings of their reproductive organs, but if…Read the Rest of Article

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Preconception Testing Provides Peace of Mind

by | March 12th, 2013

Of all the fertility testing available today, only one benefits every single couple that plans to get pregnant: preconception testing. Not a fertility patient? You still might want to consider preconception testing. Dr. Dan Gehlbach with Midwest Reproductive Center works with a third-party genetic testing laboratory to screen for inheritable genetic disease. It is not…Read the Rest of Article

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Family Act Update: Congresswoman Jenkins Visits Midwest Reproductive Center

by | March 7th, 2013

Dr. Dan Gehlbach and the Midwest Reproductive Center staff welcomed Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins to its fertility center to continue the conversation about providing tax relief for the 7.3 million couples and individuals undergoing infertility treatment. Family Act Provides Infertility Tax Relief Dr. Gehlbach supported the Family Act of 2011 since its inception, and was disappointed…Read the Rest of Article

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New Fertility Study Suggests ‘Freeze-All’ for IVF

by | July 24th, 2012

Since 1978, embryologists and fertility specialists, like those at Midwest Reproductive Center, have painstakingly and scientifically simulated the reproductive process so infertile couples can experience the wonder and joy of pregnancy. The in-vitro fertilization (IVF) process has remained much the same, but research findings continue to improve the success rates. One such study, presented this…Read the Rest of Article

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