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We understand how overwhelming fertility treatment can be. It’s why we’re simplifying the process so you can focus on you.

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What to expect on your fertility journey

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24/7 pharmacy support

We’ll hold your hand throughout the entire process. Day or night, our pharmacists will be there to help.

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On demand training

Receive easy-to-follow in-depth MedReady injection training videos for your specific treatment. It’s guidance that fits your schedule.

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Mobile RX app

Designed with your needs in mind. Download our SMP Fertility RX App for personalized care at your fingertips.

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Financial support

We check for all available discounts, work with various lending companies and health insurance providers, so you can receive the best price possible.

our medication compounding services might be right for you

Since infertility treatment is very specialized and precise, SMP Pharmacy is here to work with you to find your perfect combination.

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frequently asked questions

Most experts define infertility as not being able to get pregnant after at least one year of trying. Women who are able to get pregnant but then have repeat miscarriages are also said to be infertile.

Pregnancy is the result of a complex chain of events. In order to get pregnant:

A woman must release an egg from one of her ovaries (ovulation).
The egg must go through a fallopian tube toward the uterus (womb).
A man’s sperm must join with (fertilize) the egg along the way.
The fertilized egg must attach to the inside of the uterus (implantation).
Infertility can result from problems that interfere with any of these steps.

About 12% of women (7.3 million) in the United States aged 15-44 had difficulty getting pregnant or carrying a baby to term in 2002, according to the National Center for Health Statistics.

No, infertility is not always a woman’s problem. In about one-third of cases, infertility is due to the woman (female factors). In another third of cases, infertility is due to the man (male factors). The remaining cases are caused by a mixture of male and female factors or by unknown factors.

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