Nationally Ranked in Ob/Gyn
UT Southwestern Medical Center is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation's top hospitals for obstetrics and gynecology care.
The UT Southwestern Medical Center Advanced Reproductive Medicine and Fertility Clinic in Dallas, Texas diagnoses and treats patients who are actively seeking pregnancy or fertility preservation.
Fertility Specialists in Dallas, Texas
For more than 50 years, UT Southwestern obstetrics and gynecology physicians have been acknowledged leaders in women's health, and we have authored several of the most widely used Ob/Gyn textbooks in the nation. Our fertility specialists in Dallas, Texas provide care to infertile couples, female patients with reproductive tract disorders affecting fertility, and women undergoing natural endocrine changes due to aging. We are devoted to providing state-of-the-art fertility diagnosis and treatment, including in vitro fertilization (IVF).
Under the leadership of Dr. Orhan Bukulmez, we are one of the leading providers for minimal and mild-stimulation in the United States.
Fertility Conditions We Treat
In addition to working with patients experiencing a wide range of fertility disorders for women and men, our team treats a wide variety of reproductive disorders.
These fertility disorders include:
- Abnormal uterine bleeding
- Excessive hair growth and acne
- Inherited anomalies of the reproductive tract (e.g., septate or bicornate uterus)
- Menstrual disorders including polycystic ovary syndrome
- Ovarian cysts
- Pelvic adhesions
- Premature ovarian failure (premature menopause)
- Tubal disease
- Uterine polyps
Additional Fertility Services in Dallas, Texas
Prenatal Genetic Counseling
As part of your evaluation or care in the Fertility and Advanced Reproductive Medicine Clinic at UT Southwestern, you may be referred for genetic counseling.
A genetic counselor works closely with your health care team to provide education, risk assessment, testing options and results, and support for you and your family.
Topics that may be discussed with a genetic counselor include: