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Thread: Dr. Walid A. Saleh Biography and Contact Information

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    Default Dr. Walid A. Saleh Biography and Contact Information

    SIRM-Dallas now offers Egg Freezing

    Dr. Saleh has 9 years of experience in infertility, is board certified in Ob/Gyn and board eligible in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. He completed his residency at The Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, and a three year fellowship at Stanford University School of Medicine, CA in 1996. Dr. Saleh has authored and published numerous scientific papers. He is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.



    The Center for Reproductive Endocrinology is located in a 6200 square foot state of the art full service facility in a boutique setting. The center has been designed to maximize patient comfort and relaxation while ensuring the highest air quality for human fertilization and embryo division and development.
    Our team includes leaders in the field of infertility treatment who have trained and held academic positions at the world's leading medical institutions. We have successfully helped thousands of couples conceive with IVF success rates that are among the best in the world. Out of 110 women under the age of 40 with normal FSH who underwent an embryo transfer at our facility between 9/100 and 8/31/01, 69% (76) had a clinical pregnancy (presence of a gestational sac). Please refer to our web site for further information.

    Certifications
    • Board certified Ob/Gyn and board eligible in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
    • A Doctor with Heart!
    Specialty
    • SIRM-Dallas now offers Egg Freezing
      Gender selection Egg donation with access to hundreds of readily available donors In addition to infertility
    • we specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of the following conditions: Endometriosis Endocrine disorders including Anovulation
    • Hirsutism
    • and Pituitary problems Congenital Anomalies Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

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