Robert K. Hunter II founded Kentucky Fertility Institute to provide residents of Louisville and the surrounding areas with a local home for world-class fertility care. As practice director, he is committed to ensuring that both the medical care and experience provided to KFI patients is unparalleled. Originally from Birmingham, he attended Emory University for his undergraduate degree in neuroscience and behavioral biology, earned his medical doctorate at AUC School of Medicine, and completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Staten Island University. He has published and presented research in a number of academic journals and conferences, and has won multiple awards for excellence in clinical care, teaching and leadership.
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At The Lexington Fertility Center, we have the tools and experience to help individuals and couples build families. We offer affordable solutions to help men and women overcome a variety of fertility challenges. Most fertility patients can be helped by the medical interventions we provide at The Lexington Fertility Center. We use proven technology to help overcome both male and female-factor infertility.
However, not all sperm freeze and thaw well. There can be wide variations in the percentage of sperm that survive the freeze and thaw process. It is possible that no sperm will survive the freeze and thaw process. Sperm samples are kept in liquid nitrogen tanks until thawing is performed. Sperm can theoretically be stored for years and still be viable after thawing.