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The impacts of overturning Roe v. Wade on fertility care
With the historic overturning of Roe v. Wade, we understand you may be confused and concerned regarding the potential impact this may have on fertility treatments, specifically Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART). At present, this ruling does not impact our ability to provide fertility treatments in the state of Texas including IUI, IVF, genetic testing of embryos, embryo transfer and disposition of embryos, or cryopreservation of embryos, oocytes, or sperm.
We are actively monitoring the ruling and working closely with the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), RESOLVE, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists - ACOG and state attorneys to make sure we understand all implications for our patients.
As double board-certified OB-GYN/REIs, we are committed to the health and reproductive autonomy of our patients. If you have any questions about if and how this could impact your fertility treatment or frozen embryo storage, we encourage you to reach out to our physician team.
The Dallas IVF team remains committed to providing access to world-class fertility care.
Have questions? Please contact us online to reach our team.
Your fertility guides
The Dallas IVF fertility team is devoted to helping you, our patients, become parents, and facing the medical and emotional challenges together. The care we give is genuine, sincere and highly skilled – founded on the expertise and insight from our reproductive endocrinologists, many of whom have experienced infertility themselves.
We serve as a guide through education, personalized treatments and support for the emotional ups and downs. We’re there through it all, committed to your success.
We help LGBTQ+ patients have a child of their own through assisted reproduction services like egg or sperm donation.
Your best treatments
Overcoming infertility is a personal process, drawing on a range of treatments. We craft each treatment plan individually for your success.
" The advice I would give is don’t be afraid and don’t wait too long. If you’re less than 35 and have been trying for over a year, don’t just think, OK, I’ll give it another six months or eight months. Do seek some treatment. "
–Dr. Fiona Esfandiari, Ob-Gyn, on her successful journey to motherhood