About Our Services
At Servy Massey Fertility Institute, patients receive a high standard of care and treatment at a lower cost than what is offered at many other fertility centers. Drs. Servy and Massey have founded their low-cost program to make treatment more accessible to patients who need help in building their families.
We will help choose the best treatment option for you in order to achieve your goal of having a healthy child.
In addition to consultation and fertility treatment for women and men, our assisted reproductive services include:
Cryopreservation is the process by which sperm, oocytes (eggs), blastocysts, embryos, or whole tissues are frozen to be used at a later time after thawing.
In vitro fertilization (IVF) can be performed using a couple's own eggs and sperm or with donor eggs, sperm, or embryos. If a couple must have someone else carry the pregnancy due to health or other reasons, they also may choose to use a gestational carrier or surrogate.
Servy Massey Fertility Institute provides fertility treatment for patients using donor or surrogacy options. Patients who might use a donor include couples having problems with their own sperm or eggs, couples with a genetic disease, or a woman who has reached menopause or whose ovaries are not functioning properly.
Intrauterine insemination (artificial insemination) and in vitro fertilization (IVF) can help treat many female infertility problems, including fibroids and endometriosis. Learn more about our fertility treatment options for women.
Fertility preservation helps women, men and children overcome infertility that may come with disease diagnoses – mainly cancer. Women suffering from other diseases, such as ovarian cysts, family history of early menopause, lupus, and Turner syndrome, and galactosemia, may also benefit from fertility preservation efforts.
The cause of infertility can be tested through special imaging, blood tests, hormone levels, and other procedures.
Special imaging tests can be performed through a hysterosalpingogram (HSG) or sonohysterogram to view the uterine cavity.
A man's fertility is determined by sperm quality, production, and movement. Servy Massey Fertility Institute performs semen analysis, postcoital test, and prolactin hormone test are used to evaluate the sperm.
Learn about the benefits and limitations of genetic testing & genetic screening, including when testing might be necessary.
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) can be used to inject a single sperm into an egg to enable fertilization if a man's sperm cannot penetrate the outer layer of the egg due to problems with the sperm.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI), also known as artificial insemination (AI), is a non-surgical procedure that places prepared sperm cells into the woman’s uterus to produce a pregnancy.
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) combines a man's sperm with a woman's egg in a laboratory dish, and the resulting embryo (fertilized egg) is implanted in the woman's uterus. IVF is an effective way to overcome multiple infertility issues to achieve pregnancy. It is one of the more popular and most recommended infertility treatments because of its high success rates.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual couples have essentially the same choices in assisted reproductive technologies as straight couples at Servy Massey Fertility Institute. Our reproductive specialists provide IUI and IVF treatment options using sperm donation, egg donation and gestational surrogates to support LGBT family building.
In order to achieve pregnancy, egg fertilization must occur, which depends on the sperm being properly shaped, possessing good health, and having the ability to rapidly move toward the egg. About one-half of infertile men have treatable causes.
The reproductive specialists of Servy Massey Fertility Institute in Georgia discuss the uses of genetic testing, including for sex selection.