Dr. Edouard Servy

Dr. Edouard Servy

Infertility Specialist

Location: Augusta, GA

Schedule an Appointment

About Dr. Servy

A native of France, Dr. Edouard J. Servy attended medical school in Bordeaux, specializing in Internal Medicine with a focus on Endocrinology and metabolic disease.

As a recipient of the highly prized Irene Bernard grant, Dr. Servy came to Augusta in 1969 for a research fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology at the Medical College of Georgia, under endocrinology pioneers Dr. Robert B. Greenblatt and Dr. Virendra Mahesh. After completing a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the Medical College of Georgia, he established his private practice in Augusta, Georgia.

Dr. Servy’s lab is responsible for the first intrauterine insemination and the first in vitro fertilization-embryo transfer at blastocyst stage in the United States, as well as the first live birth after cryopreservation at the blastocyst stage following intracytoplasmic sperm injection in the world.

Dr. Servy is a well-respected expert in hysteroscopic and laparoscopic surgery.

Contact us to schedule an appointment with Dr. Servy at our office in Augusta, Georgia.

Specialties:

  • In vitro fertilization (IVF), infertility treatment, fertility specialist
  • Internal Medicine with a focus on Endocrinology and metabolic disease
  • Hysteroscopic and laparoscopic surgery

Alumni Organizations:

Medical school in Bordeaux
Medical College of Georgia


Dr. Servy’s Blog

Clomid, The Fertility Pill 

Dr. Servy explains the surprising history of Clomid, a fertility drug discovered in Augusta, GA, that was originally thought to be a contraceptive.

Cryptorchidism and Male Infertility

There are many causes of male infertility. One condition that can contribute is cryptorchidism, which means hidden testis. This is incomplete testicular descent in the scrotum and may be in one or both of the testicles. The testicles descend to a scrotal position in humans in order to help with sperm production. An undescended testicle(s) … Continued

Zika Virus & Pregnancy

The CDC confirmed the Zika virus can cause some pretty serious birth defects if a mother contracts Zika while pregnant. Learn how to avoid the virus and plan your pregnancy.

Read more blogs