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9101 Kanis Road, Suite 300, 72205 Little Rock, United States


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IVF clinics in Arkansas

The fertility clinics in Arkansas offer In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), satellite IVF, blastocyst embryo transfers, embryo freezing, embryo donation, egg donation, assisted hatching, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, donor insemination, gestational surrogacy and other infertility treatment options.

General Information about Arkansas

Arkansas, a state in the south-central region of the United States, belongs to the rather small states. Arkansas borders Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Tennessee and Mississippi. The capital, which is also the most populous city, is called Little Rock. Other significant cities include Fort Smith, Fayetteville, and Springdale. The climate is mostly humid and subtropical.

History of Arkansas state

The first peoples living on this territory were the Caddo, Osage, and Quapaw. In 1541, the first European set foot here. It was the Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto. However, the first European village was established in 1681 by a French explorer Henri de Tonti.

The United States purchased Arkansas in 1803 from Napoleon Bonaparte. At that time, it was a part of French Louisiana. The United States bought the whole area.

Arkansas supported slavery for a really long time. The owners of the many cotton plantations in the southeast did not see another way to operate their business. This became an issue when Arkansas applied for statehood 1865. Slavery was finally abolished after the Civil War, in 1865, with the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

Arkansas became a part of the States on June 15, 1836.

Arkansas - Quick guide

The geography of Arkansas is very diverse. It can offer the Ozark and the Ouachita mountains as well as the forested Arkansas Timberlands, or the Mississippi River and Arkansas Delta lowlands.

The state is divided into seven natural regions: the Ozark Mountains, Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas River Valley, Gulf Coastal Plain, Crowley's Ridge, the Arkansas Delta, and Central Arkansas.

Arkansas is home to many caves. If you are into flora, you can look forward to seeing a lot of pines in the Arkansas nature. A lovely place to visit is the Buffalo National River.

In case nature is not your thing, the Arkansas culture will not disappoint you either. Some call Arkansas the home of blues. Other local music includes rockabilly, bluegrass, or folk. If you are into music, you might enjoy the Ozark Folk Festival or the King Biscuit Blues Festival.

Fun facts about Arkansas

The former president Bill Clinton and the singer-songwriter Johnny Cash both come from Arkansas.

The name Arkansas derives from a French term Arcansas, which is the plural of akansa. Akansa is a term for the Quapaw people who settled in the area of Arkansas in the 13th century. The same origin is suggested for the name Kansas.

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