Texas Fertility Center Round Rock

Patient-centered fertility treatment: it’s about time

Dr. Anthony Propst understands the urgency you feel to find and correct barriers to getting pregnant. Dr. Propst sees patients from Austin to Georgetown looking for effective fertility treatment, delivered with compassion and understanding.

Treatment regimens designed by our Austin fertility specialist represent all of the wonderful possibilities in today’s reproductive medicine. From intrauterine insemination to address problems with ovulation, to leading edge techniques we can pair with in vitro fertilization (IVF) to treat male infertility, Texas Fertility Center coordinates world-class care here in the Austin area.

 Providing best-of-class care in fertility treatment  

Seeing an Austin fertility specialist when you suspect a problem with getting pregnant represents an important step toward resolution. Choosing an experienced fertility specialist and clinic can provide you with your best chances for moving past male infertility and female infertility.

Texas Fertility Center and Dr. Propst provide comprehensive fertility treatment options for men and women, including clinical, laboratory and surgical services:

  • IUI, intrauterine insemination
  • IVF, in vitro fertilization
  • Fertility preservation
  • Donor sperm & donor eggs
  • Alternative parenting options

Whether you are experiencing female infertility that requires ovarian stimulation, or wish to investigate alternative parenting options, our Austin fertility specialist offers practical and efficient solutions. The entire team dedicates themselves to helping you feel comfortable in your decisions, and explaining each step of the fertility treatment process.

For example, you may choose donor sperm and/or donor eggs to improve your chances for getting pregnant, and expand your alternative parenting options. We work with individuals and couples in the Austin and Georgetown area to simplify the complex.

 Your Round Rock home for leading edge IVF

Your fertility treatment plan may require only minimally invasive intrauterine insemination. Should you require IVF, though, you are in good hands. Dr. Propst is a renowned expert in the advanced reproductive technology of IVF. He has spearheaded research on single embryo transfer, and other methods of improving IVF success rates.

Texas Fertility Center has a proven track record for IVF, and specialized services that provide sought-after results:

  • Our IVF lab performs assisted hatching and ICSI to address male infertility.
  • Genetic testing provides peace of mind to carriers of single gene disorders.
  • Donor egg services with in vitro help women move beyond female infertility.

Our Austin fertility specialist is uniquely qualified to help you achieve a pregnancy with IVF.

Texas Fertility Center specializes in protecting your future family-building options (fertility preservation), and responsive therapies such as IVF or intrauterine insemination. If you have a strong desire to start or add to your family, our Austin fertility specialist will empower your dreams with effective treatments for male infertility and female infertility.

 Contact us at our Round Rock fertility center, between Georgetown and Austin in the heart of Central Texas. We look forward to helping you prevail over infertility, so that you can begin the next phase of life as a parent.

Our Infertility Services 

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[tab title=" Assisted Reproduction & IVF "]As pioneers in the field of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, our doctors offer the latest techniques and technology. Proven therapies such as In-vitro Fertilization (IVF) treatment, Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) treatment, and ovulation induction can help produce the results you desire.

In fact, Texas Fertility Center regularly earns national recognition for our pregnancy success rates.[/tab]
[tab title=" Donor Egg & Donor Sperm "]For patients who need donor services, we offer donor eggs and donor sperm to help them on their path to parenthood. Our donors, who are hand selected in-house by TFC, undergo extensive testing to qualify for the egg donation program.

For women who cannot carry a child, we can discuss using a gestational carrier, a woman with no genetic connection to the fetus who will carry and deliver the pregnancy.[/tab]
[tab title=" Advanced Lab Procedures "]Before treatment begins, we can conduct genetic screening for over 100 inheritable diseases that parents can pass on to their children.

With preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), we can look for abnormalities in the embryos before implantation. Our advanced laboratory procedures also include intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ISCS), assisted hatching, egg freezing, and fertility preservation.[/tab]
[tab title=" Reproductive Surgery "]Treatment for fibroids and pelvic adhesions often requires laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery. We work with several local hospitals, utilizing their state-of-the-art facilities so that our doctors can perform any outpatient infertility procedures.

If the recommended surgery requires hospitalization, your physician will review the treatment plan with you and answer any questions you may have.[/tab]
[tab title=" Fertility Treatments "]Certain medical conditions can impact your ability to either become pregnant or carry a pregnancy to term. Patients suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome or endometriosis will receive a thorough evaluation and treatment recommendations.

The doctors at TFC are national leaders on endometriosis and have created materials used to train medical students. If you suffer from recurrent miscarriages, our doctors will determine the cause and discuss your options for achieving a full-term pregnancy.[/tab]
[tab title=" Total Fertility Care "]As patients embark on the journey to creating the families they desire, we understand that the diagnosis and treatment of infertility can permeate other areas of life.

We offer emotional wellness materials and other support to help patients cope with infertility. These educational programs will prepare you to work through the difficulties associated with male or female infertility.[/tab]

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