Infertility Resource Center


Infertility affects hundreds of thousands of women, on an annual basis, in the United States alone. Thankfully, technological advancements and progressive medication therapy have accelerated the rising success of fertility treatment over the past decade.

The owners of Rosemont Pharmacy are proud to have specialized in dispensing fertility medications since 1989, and we are one of the longest-standing pharmacies to dedicate ourselves to the evolving field of fertility.

The entire Rosemont Pharmacy team is highly trained in caring for couples going through fertility treatment and we understand the many challenges that patients face. Two of the main struggles that we see are misinformation about insurance benefits for fertility medications and a lack of patient confidence in understanding and administering injectable medications.

To combat these issues, Rosemont Pharmacy has developed effective means of verifying fertility medication benefits, and we participate in the most competitive cash discount programs for any patients who do not have insurance benefits to cover their medications.

Rosemont Pharmacy also provides extensive educational materials with every medication order, which addresses all of the details regarding your medications. If you prefer a more visual support system, please utilize our injectable training video resources, which will walk you through the step-by-step process of administering your injectable medications.

For any questions regarding your insurance benefits or medications, Rosemont Pharmacy is happy to arrange a personal consultation, by phone or at our convenient pharmacy location, to address any additional uncertainties that you may have.

Women’s Health

Women’s health encompasses a wide array of different medical conditions that affect millions of women of all ages. Rosemont Pharmacy has spent the last 19 years specializing in the area of women’s health. We have dedicated staff that specialize in caring for women who are experiencing medical treatment for female-specific conditions.