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12 Stillwater Avenue, 4401 Bangor, United States


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778 Main Street Suite 2, 4106 S. Portland, United States


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Features: Private

Certification: SART member

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IVF clinics in Maine

The fertility clinics in Maine offer various types of infertility diagnoses and therapy, such as ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination, In Vitro Fertilization, male infertility treatment, egg donation, gestational surrogacy, egg freezing, genetic testing, sperm donation, and other kinds of surgery.

General Information about Maine

Maine is the northernmost state in the northeastern USA. It is one of the small states, its population is the ninth smallest. It lies in the area of New England and borders New Hampshire and Canada.

The capital city is Augusta, the most populous is Portland. Other big cities include Lewiston, Bangor, Auburn, and South Portland.

History of Maine

The original inhabitants of this area were the Native Americans.

In the 18th century, colonists imported numerous African people as slaves.

The first European settlements was by the French in 1604. The first English settlement was established only three years later. In the twenties, a number of English settlements appeared along the coast. However, numerous conflicts with the locals caused many of them to cease to exist.

In the beginning of the 18th century, there were only a few European settlements in the area. During the War of 1812 between the British and the Americans, British occupied a part of Maine, but later returned it to the USA again. A peace treaty providing Native Americans with dedicated land was signed.

Maine was a part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts until 1820, when it decided to become a separate state.

Maine became a state of the USA on March 15, 1820.

Maine - Quick guide

This state has a humid continental climate.

The coastline is rocky with low mountains, the interior is heavily forested. Tourists often praise its picturesque waterways.

Maine is famous for its seafood cuisine, especially lobster and clams.

Popular places to visit when in Maine include Acadia National Park, The Old Port and Portland Head Lighthouse, Marginal Way and Ogunquit Beaches, Pemaquid Point Land, Old Orchard Beach, Farnsworth Art Museum, and Nubble Lighthouse.

Fun facts about Maine

Maine is the only state to border exactly one other state of the USA. It is also the easternmost state.

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