More information about IVF clinics in Louisiana
Medications, pretests and additional procedures not included.
Please note that ADDITIONAL FEES MAY APPLY based on your unique needs.
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The fertility clinics in Louisiana offer In Vitro Fertilization, embryo cryopreservation, egg freezing, artificial insemination and other forms of therapy and treatment.
Louisiana is a state in a region called Deep South in the southern USA. It borders Texas, Arkansas, and Mississippi. The capital city is Baton Rouge, the largest city is New Orleans. Other big cities include Shreveport, Metairie, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Bossier City, and Kenner.
The first Europeans to enter the area were the Spanish led by Pánfilo de Narváez. The first settlers were the French led by René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle. Louisiana became a French colony and later for a brief period a Spanish one.
In the 18th century, colonists imported numerous African people as slaves.
Urban Louisiana is very multicultural due to its mixed French, Spanish, African, and other cultural heritage. Many Native American tribes live in this state, the biggest number of all southern states.
In 1803, France sold Louisiana to the USA in the so called Louisiana Purchase. This purchase doubled the area of the USA.
On April 30, 1812, Louisiana became a state.
Louisiana has a humid subtropical climate.
A big percentage of the state’s lands were formed by sediment washed down the Mississippi River. The resulting swamps are home to birds such as ibis and egrets, tree frogs, and various kinds of fish.
Other parts of Louisiana are filled with longleaf pine forests and wet savannas. Special kinds of orchids, carnivorous plants, and other flora can be found here.
Popular places to visit include French Quarter, Bourbon Street, Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, Louisiana Wetlands, Oak Alley Plantation, Laura Plantation, Natchitoches, or Breaux Bridge.
Louisiana is named after Louis XIV., who was the King of France in the seventeenth and eighteenth century.