Getting Started

When should you come for fertility consultation

In general there is no harm in consulting with a reproductive endocrinologist and a potential for great benefit. If you are concerned about you reproductive age (ovarian reserve), effects of Polycystic ovaries, fibroids or endometriosis or any fertility issue, you should seek consultation. In addition, preconception counseling and labs may reveal significant abnormality that could be treated in the mother or prevented from reaching the baby

Prior to your first fertility consultation

We want you to feel fully informed and prepared when you first come to see us. We know that good preparation can help you get the most from your fertility consultation—and help us better understand your needs. That's why we're available to you at any time prior to your first visit to answer questions by phone or email.

During your fertility consultation

When you arrive for your appointment, you'll be taken back to a private consultation room as soon as possible—usually right away. The first fertility consultation typically takes about 90 minutes

After your fertility consultation

Before making any treatment decisions, we’ll need to complete all required testing, including sperm analysis, testing for tubal patency (HSG), and tests for ovarian reserve. Additional prenatal tests, including reproductive hormone assay, infectious disease profile, and genetic screening, should also be completed before attempting to conceive