Making Families a Reality
At Carolina Conceptions, we know how much having a baby means to you. The inability to become or stay pregnant can be filled with confusion and heartache for many couples.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed and unsure about where to begin, let us simplify this process for you. We’ve helped build thousands of families in and around the Triangle since opening our doors in 2006. Our compassionate team will hold your hand every step of the way until your dreams of parenthood become reality.
Since our opening in September of 2006, Carolina Conceptions has had
and counting as of August 14, 2017!
What Our Patients Are Saying About Us
“Going through this process is so very taxing, emotional and draining and the staff at CC goes out of their way to make it as pleasant as possible. I would refer anyone to this clinic, I have a beautiful 4 month old daughter who is giggling away as I write this!”
SM, Holly Springs, NC
“My husband and I were so impressed with the care and treatment we received from everyone at Carolina Conceptions. The doctors took all the time we needed to answer our questions and were thorough in their answers.”
E & S, Cary, NC
“I am so sad to leave, because I have never received such excellence in medical care as I did at Carolina Conceptions. Everyone I dealt with at the front desk was warm, encouraging, and all around thrilled for us when I became pregnant. All the nurses were helpful and knowledgeable about every part of the process. The financial department is great as well.”
MG, Cary, NC
“My husband and I started trying for a baby in September of 2013. We found out in May that we were finally pregnant. We we’re devastated at 9 weeks when we were told there was no heart beat. We lost our baby. In April of 2015 we we’re pregnant again. 6 weeks later I had another miscarriage. After another year of trying we decided to contact Carolina Conceptions. We met with Dr. Park. He was amazing! After some routine tests and lots of discussion he determined that I most likely have PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome). Unfortunately, there is not a difinitive diagnosis for it. After running some tests and a few procedures they found that I also had low progesterone as well of significant scar tissue in my uterus. They performed a follow up surgery to remove the scar tissue and we did a few months of drug therapy to help my body ovulate. We we’re finally pregnant again! They were there through it all. The entire staff was like family. They genuinely cared that our family was getting our rainbow baby. In June of 2016 our son was born healthy and amazing. Thank you for everything! ”