Texas Fertility Center San Antonio

San Antonio Fertility

Texas Fertility Center is Advancing Fertility Care in San Antonio

Learn about our San Antonio fertility center. We define excellence in fertility care.

San Antonio Fertility Center Search for a fertility clinic in San Antonio or South Texas, and you will likely encounter lots of terms such as “compassionate, comprehensive and expert”. At our San Antonio Fertility Center, our professional staff and experience give true meaning to these words.

From your very first encounter with us, you will understand what you should expect in these areas when you partner with us to resolve your female and/or male infertility:[break][break]

Compassionate Care.

Dr. Erika Munch and Dr. Susan Hudson are sensitive to the enormous strain that infertility causes and each interaction reflects that concern. We provide access to mind-body resources to help patients thrive, even while undergoing the rigors of fertility treatment.

Comprehensive Care.

All modern fertility clinics should offer basic fertility care, including treatment with Clomid or gonadotropins, intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in-vitro fertilization (IVF). The better programs offer more – including excellent pregnancy rates and complex reconstructive surgery to treat endometriosis, fibroids, and pelvic adhesions.

Our San Antonio fertility center goes even further by offering the highest level of individualized care, utilizing such advanced reproductive technologies as donor gametes (eggs, sperm, and embryos), oocyte vitrification, pre-implantation genetic screening, and embryonic time lapse continuous (TLC) assessment.

Expert Care.

Texas Fertility Center of San Antonio, recognized throughout Texas and across the globe as a leader in reproductive medicine, literally wrote the book on infertility treatment. Our fertility specialists have authored chapters in all of the major infertility textbooks and they have also published over 100 articles and abstracts in the leading fertility journals.

They train residents and medical students as part of their responsibilities serving on the faculty at medical schools in the University of Texas system. They are also highly sought after speakers at national and international infertility meetings. Finally, many of their pioneering, groundbreaking research studies have had a significant impact on the way that infertility is practiced – both in the United States and around the world.