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Reproductive Services Offer Hope for Challenged Couples

Reproduction HealthReproductive Science Center of New England (RSC New England) provides infertility consultations at Lowell General Hospital's North Chelmsford campus (20 Research Place, Suite 110). RSC New England fertility specialist, Kristen P. Wright, MD is a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist. "We provide local access for Lowell General patients' convenience and have helped many couples achieve their dream of having a baby," explains Dr. Wright.

Founded in 1988, RSC New England is one of the top 10 fertility treatment centers in the United States and a local leader in the field of reproductive research and technology. The partnership with Lowell General Hospital ensures patients receive the highest-quality care at a nearby location.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that, at any given time, there are 2.1 million married women who have trouble getting pregnant after one year of trying. Infertility affects both women and men. It is estimated that 1 in 5 couples of reproductive age are challenged by this condition.

Fortunately, as a result of advances in medicine and technology, there are a number of assisted reproductive options available today. Which course of action to pursue is based on the cause of the infertility. Determining the source of the problem begins with a consultation with a Reproductive Endocrinologist (fertility specialist physician).

RSC New England is a member of the national network of Attain Fertility Centers consisting of over 185 fertility doctors working at more than 125 locations nationwide. Attain Fertility Center doctors perform about 25% of all assisted reproductive procedures in the United States each year.

Appointments with Dr. Wright can be scheduled by calling 1-800-858-4832. Information about RSC New England is available online.

 

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