In Vitro Fertilization Lincoln, NE
Are you struggling to grow your family?
In vitro fertilization (IVF) has helped millions of patients struggling with infertility to achieve their dreams of having a baby.
The team at Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine in Lincoln, NE, helps grow families through compassionate and state-of-the-art care.
Who Is a Candidate For IVF?
Couples who struggle to conceive
Patients who have tried other fertility treatments without success
Patients who have health concerns that may prevent pregnancy
Single patients who want to have a baby
How Can IVF Benefit LGBTQ Couples?
IVF For Male Couples
For male same-sex couples, the sperm from one or both fathers are combined with eggs from an egg donor. Through IVF, the resulting embryo is transferred to a surrogate who will carry the baby to term.
IVF For Female Couples
For female couples, donor sperm is used with either an egg donor or the eggs from one of the mothers. One of the mothers will carry the baby to term, or a surrogate can be designated if they choose.
Ready to Begin Your Journey to Growing Your Family? Request a consultation at our Lincoln fertility center today.
At Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine, we serve the patients of Lincoln, NE, using state-of-the-art assisted reproductive technology to help you increase the chances of a successful pregnancy and birth. Our team of fertility and reproductive specialists conform to the highest medical standards to provide advanced fertility treatments to hopeful parents. If you are struggling to conceive, you and your partner are the same sex, or you are a single patient wanting to start your family, request a consultation at our Nebraska fertility center by using our online form, or call us:
Helping Families in Nebraska Grow Since 2000 Reviews From Satisfied Patients
I cannot put into words how amazing the staff is at this clinic. They were on the ball through our entire IVF journey, with insanely fast calls back when it came to my questions, test results or even when I was just afraid and needed reassurance, and I was so sad to leave them when we switched to our OB. After nearly an 8 year infertility journey, we decided to go in for IVF, and after our second transfer we were blessed with a beautiful baby boy. He's 7 months old now, and I just am so glad we walked into that clinic.View on Google
The nurses and doctors are wonderful to work with. Our IVF worked first try. We were lucky and had everyone there being hopeful without also having unrealistic expectations kept us hopeful and grounded. If you have to go here, you are already under quite a bit of stress. It's good to feel like the staff is on your side.View on Google
Learn About the IVF Process
In general, you can expect each IVF cycle at our Lincoln fertility center to involve these steps:
Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine, PC is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art care according to the highest medical standards with professionalism, compassion, and integrity.
Have questions about the IVF process? Send us a message!
Egg/Sperm Donors and Surrogates
There are many reasons patients may choose to use egg donors, sperm donors, or surrogates to carry their baby. During your initial consultation at our Lincoln fertility center, your doctors will discuss all of your options to see if using a donor or a surrogate with IVF is the right treatment option for you.
What Are the Success Rates and Risks of In Vitro Fertilization?
The success rate is about 50 percent for patients 35 and younger. The success rate is about 4 percent for patients over 42. Your individual success rates for IVF depend on a number of factors, such as your age, weight, fertility factors, and your overall health. While assisted reproductive technology like IVF cannot guarantee a pregnancy, it increases your chances of a successful pregnancy. The CDC has created a calculator to give you a better idea of what your success rates may be, and your doctor will discuss this with you during your initial consultation.
While IVF is considered safe, there are some risks, including multiple births and ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. During your initial consultation, your doctor will discuss the benefits and risks of IVF to help you determine if it is the right fertility treatment for you.
Does Insurance Cover IVF Treatment?
This varies by insurance plan and provider. However, most often, IVF treatment is not covered by insurance. We accept CareCredit® and other forms of financing to help make your treatment fit your budget.
Happy Nebraska Patients 5-Star Reviews
I can not give Heartland Reproduction enough praise! They're especially great for LGBTQ+ families as they're a very diverse team themselves, including having an LGBTQ+ coordinator, and they treat you with equal respect from the first phone call to the last time you walk out of the building. Again, I cannot give this place enough praise. We were a family that was incredibly nervous to go through this process however, after meeting with the doctors, staff and nurses, though nerves were easy to place on the back burner.View on Google
My husband and I tried to conceive for nearly two years. We were referred to the Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine by his urologist. From the moment we called, we knew we were in great hands! I was really disappointed when I found out our only option was IVF, but the optimism and kindness of Dr. Gustin, Dr. Constance and all the nurses there made me feel like it was all going to be okay. After our first transfer, we got the call that I was pregnant.View on Google