Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
We are dedicated to making your family a reality. Our team of highly skilled, professional and compassionate specialists provides comprehensive healthcare with the latest advancements in reproductive medicine and complex gynecology. Our reproductive endocrinology and infertility providers diagnose and treat complicated issues related to infertility, miscarriage, polycystic ovarian syndrome, endometriosis, fibroids, early ovarian insufficiency, congenital abnormalities of the reproductive tract and other reproductive medical issues.
For patients striving to build a family, our fertility specialists provide state-of-the-art reproductive technology encompassing both diagnostic and therapeutic services. We recognize that each patient is unique and fertility treatments should be individualized, comprehensive and compassionate. Our physicians and clinical staff work as a team, partnering alongside patients to support them through the fertility journey.
Our board-certified and fellowship-trained specialists review every case personally and remain dedicated to your treatment plan. You will meet with your physician as they review your progress and next steps.
Our faculty and staff acknowledge the importance of successful infertility treatment and strive to achieve the highest pregnancy rate utilizing the latest reproductive techniques of ovulation induction, artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization. Our nationally recognized success rates come from innovative strategies offered only at advanced academic medical centers like The University of Kansas Health System.
- Fertility preservation
- Genetic testing
- Infertility services
- Laboratory services
- Male reproduction
- Obesity – Infertility in women who are obese is not uncommon. Obesity causes menstrual issues and other health concerns that may diminish your chances of becoming pregnant. For this reason, our care includes a focus on the needs on women of all sizes, including those with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or greater, which is the measurement that identifies obesity. In fact, our physicians have had great success with at least one patient with a BMI above 30. This is due to our management of her conception and pregnancy – as well as other possible health issues – throughout her pregnancy. If you are obese or overweight and concerned if weight-related issues are preventing conception, contact our care team.
- Surgical services
- Transgender medicine
Conditions we treat
All of our physicians are board-certified in reproductive endocrinology and provide extensive services not related to infertility.
- Bicornuate uterus: Often characterized as a heart-shaped uterus to describe the shape.
- Menstrual disorders
- Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
- Recurrent pregnancy loss
- Uterine anomalies
- Uterine fibroids
- Uterine septum: A piece of tissue that divides the uterus. A uterine septum can make it difficult to achieve or maintain a pregnancy. Dependent upon the size, it may or may not require surgery.
Amanda Meats, MSN, RN, NE-BC
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Clinic Manager
Amber and Rex Largent welcomed baby Wayne after successful IVF.
After the Parkers learned they were struggling with infertility, they sought treatment at The University of Kansas Health System.
When a cancer diagnosis threatened fertility, the Claassens turned to us for expert cryopreservation.