The Georgia Center For Reproductive Medicine
IVF is a month long cycle where ovaries are stimulated, eggs are retrieved and fertilized to create embryos. Once matured, the embryo(s) are transferred into the uterus. Medication is also required.
Egg Freezing involves a two week cycle in which the ovaries are stimulated to grow eggs. The eggs are then retrieved and frozen for future use. Medication is also required.
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a procedure where the sperm is placed inside the uterus. An IUI includes ovarian stimulation, monitoring, and the IUI procedure. Medication is also required.
A consultation generally includes a 1 hour visit with a fertility specialist and diagnostic testing. Following the consultation, a treatment plan is provided to thepatient.
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About the Clinic
The founder and medical director of The Georgia Center For Reproductive Medicine is Dr. Patrick L. Blohm. Born in Wisconsin, Dr. Blohm grew up in North-central Illinois. After graduating as the Salutatorian of his High School class, he graduated Cum Laude from Saint John’s University with a degree majoring in Biology and a minor in Chemistry.
- Kristina Hawkins
- Patrick Blohm
- William Butler
- Savannah, 31405