Ours is the only hospital in Central Massachusetts with a team of board-certified specialists who have advanced training in reproductive endocrinology, the medical specialty that deals with identifying and treating complex problems with hormonal imbalance and infertility.
Conditions We Treat at UMass Memorial Medical Center
Our reproductive endocrinology team offers you an exceptional level of expert, sensitive care for a wide range of hormone-related reproductive problems, including:
- Hirsutism (excessive hair growth)
- Menopause and perimenopause symptoms
- Menstrual disorders
- Pelvic pain
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome (also called PCOS)
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Recurrent pregnancy loss
- Uterine abnormalities
Reproductive Endocrinology Services
Here at the Medical Center, you have access to the most current, effective treatments for reproductive endocrinology issues, including:
- Hormonal therapies and alternatives
- In vitro fertilization
- Intrauterine insemination
- Advanced minimally invasive surgery including laparoscopy and robotic surgery
- Uterine fibroid embolization
Training Tomorrow’s Doctors
Plus, as members of the UMass Chan Medical School faculty, our physicians remain on the leading edge of advances in reproductive endocrinology as they teach the next generation of specialists.
For additional information, please download our printable brochure, "Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.”
The Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility program at UMass Memorial welcomes LGBTQIA+ patients and families. Our program’s clinic serves people who identify as male, female, and non-binary, as well as those whose identity is transgender* or cisgender.* Thus, we are encouraging our sexual and gender minority community to seek care here.
With Pride, we help individuals and families of all backgrounds achieve their reproductive goals. From the receptionist to the chief of our department, our clinic has been trained to be inclusive and welcoming. If you find that we have more work to do, please send us an email or call us at: 508-334-1345.
*When you identify as Transgender, it means that your sex assigned at birth is not the same as your gender identity. When you identify as Cisgender, it means that your gender identity is the same as the sex you were assigned at birth.