Assisted Fertility Program is your full-service fertility clinic located in Orlando, Florida. Whether you want to grow your family now or have the option to preserve it for later, Assisted Fertility Program can help.
Program Director Marwan Shaykh, M.D., is a board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist with special certification in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. He is a recognized pioneer in the field of reproductive medicine.
When considering a fertility clinic, choosing the best
clinic for your needs is essential. At our Orlando Fertility Clinic, we
pride ourselves on providing personalized care with the highest success
rates in the area.
We value the opportunity to help couples and individuals struggling
with infertility issues achieve their dream of having a baby. We offer
all aspects of fertility care, including initial testing, intrauterine
insemination (IUI), in-vitro fertilization (IVF), and donor programs.
Our goal is to treat our patients just as we want to be treated
ourselves: professionally, compassionately, and with dignity.
We understand that fertility treatment can be expensive, and we are
here to help you navigate the process. Our financial counselors will
work with patients on any insurance or financing questions and can
assist in finding affordable treatment options for you.
Our treatment plans are personalized and tailored to our patient’s
specific needs. Each treatment involves highly trained physicians,
nurses, embryologists, and support staff who work together for the best
Invocell (IVC)- refers to the procedure in which eggs and
sperm are placed together inside a capsule called an Intravaginal
Culture System (IVC), then inserted vaginally into the uterus. It is
designed as a less expensive alternative to IVF while maintaining
similar pregnancy rates.
Invitro Fertilization (IVF)- involves combining eggs and sperm
outside of the body to create embryos, which are then transferred into
your uterus after they reach specific stages of development.
Donor programs– you may utilize donor egg, donor sperm, or
frozen embryos if necessary for treatment options such as in-vitro
fertilization or intrauterine insemination. We offer services that allow
you to use both known donors – someone who has volunteered to donate
their reproductive cells for use in your treatment – and anonymous
Gestational surrogate– A gestational carrier is a woman who
agrees to become pregnant using embryos created with the sperm and eggs
of others. She will then carry the baby to term for the intended