Have you been trying to get pregnant with no success? Sometimes, the success that you thought that you had only ended in a miscarriage. If this sounds like something you’ve experienced and you’re worried that something could be wrong with you or your partner, consider visiting our women’s fertility center.
When you arrive at the center, you’ll complete a few pieces of paperwork so that the office has a better idea as to your medical background and the reason for your visit. When you meet with the doctor, you’ll talk about what you’ve been through in trying to conceive and if you’ve been pregnant. Some of the things that you’ll discuss include whether you’re taking medications or not that could impact your fertility and if there are any health issues that you or your partner have that could result in infertility.
For women, the doctor will usually discuss the menstrual cycle and if there have been any changes to the flow or if there have been any cramps associated with the cycle. The doctor will usually discuss surgeries, infections, and other reproductive issues. These questions might seem personal and private, but they are important to discuss so your doctor can better understand some of the reasons it’s difficult for you to conceive. The information can also be used to determine the best treatment options to try.
There’s no need to be worried about visiting our women’s fertility center because each patient is treated with respect. The office only wants patients to feel comfortable from the time they walk through the doors as doctors try to offer as much assistance as possible with infertility issues. You’re open to ask any questions that you have about treatments and what could work best for your family. It’s important for you to maintain the lines of communication with your doctor so that the office can stay abreast of any changes or any issues that arise throughout the course of your treatment.
When you visit the office, you’ll usually have laboratory work performed to check your blood levels. Your partner could have lab work performed as well just to see if there are any issues that need to be addressed. A physical examination is conducted on the day of your appointment or scheduled for a later time.
To learn more about your options at our women’s fertility center, we warmly invite you to reach out and make an appointment with West Coast Women’s Reproductive Center. At our convenient location in Sherman Oaks, CA, our caring and dedicated team of professionals will be pleased to explain this option in greater detail and answer any questions you may have. Contact us today to set up your consultation – we look forward to speaking with you!