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East Bay fertility center now open in Payson

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r East Bay Fertility and Hormone Therapy Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony recently to celebrate the opening of its new Payson office at 123 N. 500 East. East Bay Fertility and Hormone Therapy Center is one of Utah’s leading fertility centers. For more than 20 years, Larry G. Andrew, DO, has been using state-of-the-art technology to treat and diagnose patients with fertility-related problems. The center focuses on quality and personal patient care.

Dr. Andrew and staff work with each patient to develop a personalized treatment plan to optimize their success. They work with both traditional and nontraditional families.

They offer the lowest-price IVF cycles in Utah and their pregnancy rates are among the highest in the country. Patients travel from all over the country to be treated at their facility. They have treat-ed patients from 40 states and 20 foreign countries and have been voted as “Best Fertility Center” for several years by the Daily Herald and Utah Valley Magazine.

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Its friendly staff strives to give each patient the individual attention they deserve. Patients are not just a name or number to them, but part of their extended family. They aim to give patients the best experience possible each time they call or come to the office.

Dr. Andrew specializes in helping those with recurrent miscarriages, “un-explained” infertility, endometriosis and polycystic ovarian syndrome. He attend-ed medical school at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medical School, one of the founding schools of osteopathic medicine and surgery. After an internship and residency in Michigan, Dr. Andrew and his family moved to Utah to practice medicine.

Dr. Andrew has also been doing bioidentical hormone therapy for 20 years. He was one of three doctors who initially began doing pellet therapy in Utah. He is Sottopelle certified.

Embryologist Thomas Chang has been working in the field of reproductive em-bryology since 1992. In 1996, he was the lab supervisor at the Genetics and IVF Institute of Ohio where he was successful in helping to establish the first ICSI pregnancy.

Dr. Andrew and Chang are members of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine. East Bay’s clinical laboratory is certified by CLIA.

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Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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