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Care Services Offered by Fertility Clinics Hickory NC

It is usually assumed that in order to have a child, a person needs to be in a couple. While that is a traditional view, it is not necessarily a correct one. Sometimes, a single woman or man who has a professional career in Hickory and does not want to be in a relationship would still like to have their own children.

Cooperative Christian Ministries Health Care Cente
(828) 345-0854
31 First Street SE
Hickory, NC
 
Bethlehem Family Practice
(828) 495-8226
1232 Shiloh Church Rd
Hickory, NC
Specialty
Rural Health Clinic

Helping Hands Clinic of Caldwell County
(828) 754-8565
P.O. Box 621
Lenoir, NC
 
Consing, Jesse R, Md - Hildebran-Icard Family Medical
(828) 397-5561
517 Main Ave W
Hildebran, NC

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Health Plus By Nurse Practitioners
(919) 789-6503
835 Hwy 52 North
Mt Airy, NC
Specialty
Rural Health Clinic

Hickory Good Samaritan Clinic
(828) 345-0854
P.O. Box 1431
Hickory, NC
 
Family Care Center
(828) 632-9736
1668 N C Hwy 16 South
Taylorsville, NC
Specialty
Rural Health Clinic

Rapid Screenings
(866) 867-0393
1947 TATE BLVD SE
HICKORY, NC

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St Pauls Medical Clinic
(910) 865-5955
128 East Broad St
Saint Pauls, NC
Specialty
Rural Health Clinic

Lake Waccamaw Medical Center
(910) 646-2132
107 Church Street
Lake Waccamaw, NC
Specialty
Rural Health Clinic

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Care Services Offered by Fertility Clinics

It is usually assumed that in order to have a child, a person needs to be in a couple. While that is a traditional view, it is not necessarily a correct one. Sometimes, a single woman or man who has a professional career and does not want to be in a relationship would still like to have their own children.

So, for people in this category (as well as couples who are having trouble conceiving naturally) fertility clinics are important places to seek out. Say, for example, that a single, professional woman would like to have a child. She will need to search for fertility clinics in her area that offer either artificial insemination, or surrogacy.

In the case of artificial insemination, the woman has the option to be impregnated with the sperm of either a man she knows that has agreed to be a donor, or from a sperm bank. Usually, fertility clinics have a sperm bank as well, and there the woman can choose from many donors. The donors remain anonymous, but basic information about them will be shared, such as their physical statistics (height, eye and hair color), employment, and education.

Single men usually seek out fertility clinics because they are looking for a surrogate. In this case, a woman is fertilized with the sperm of the man, and carries his baby until birth, upon which time he takes full custody of the child. No matter what a man or woman's background, it is very important that they do their research.

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