Unusual hormone levels in both males and females can lead to infertility.
Types of hormonal imbalances include:
- Hyperprolactinemia (high male hormone levels)
- Luteal phase defect (low progesterone levels)
- Ovulatory dysfunction
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
Symptoms of hormonal imbalances vary, and can include:
- Excessive facial or body hair (in females)
- Sporadic, irregular menstrual cycles (in females)
- Unexplained weight gain or loss
Why Choose UHealth?
A comprehensive approach to fertility. Our closely-knit team of experienced professionals – including female and male fertility specialists, acupuncturists, and physicians with special expertise in PCOS, thyroid disorders, endometriosis, and hormonal imbalances – work together to ensure the health of you and your baby.
High pregnancy rates. We have some of the highest pregnancy rates in not only South Florida, but in the entire United States. Our success stories include even the most challenging cases.
Academic medical center expertise. Faculty members at the Miller School of Medicine, a nationally recognized institution, currently conduct nearly 2,000 research projects in science and clinical care in a variety of fields. Our emphasis on research and innovation ensures you receive the most sophisticated diagnostic tests and advanced fertility treatments available.