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Starting a fertility treatment at advanced fertility care

    • <span  class="bbp-author-name">Choochoo</span>
      Choochoo

      Heyho,

      My husband and I are planning on scheduling our first appointment at advanced fertility care because we read at their website that they would be reopening now.

      Now, we don’t know how to prepare ourselves for the first consultation because we read some comments in which a few of the former patients said that you need to do research on your own in order to know what’s going on…

      Can someone please tell me about their first consultation at the clinic? Also, will they just inform you about the steps and test you during the second appointment or will they perform some screenings already during the first one?

      Also, how do I know which fertility treatment will we need? IUI, IVF, ICSI, artificial insemination. So confusing. How do I ask for a specific treatment or will they establish a treatment based on your test results?

      Thanks for clarifying

      05/02/2020 at 10:00 am
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    • Hi dear,

      you absolutely don’t have to overthink things. The staff and the doctors are great! They are very attentive and responsive, you can ask them anything. I was never felt like I was too much with my “stupid questions”.

      05/06/2020 at 8:02 pm
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    • Hello Choochoo,

      you don’t have to worry. Normally, during your first consultation, they will ask you about your medical history, and based on the initial diagnostic testing, they will establish a treatment plan that best suits your needs.

      If you want to get a general overview of what assisted reproduction is about and to feel prepared for your first visit, I recommend you read the following post: What is Assisted Reproduction?

      Hope this helps,

      wish you all the best.

      05/12/2020 at 10:28 am
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    • Hello Choochoo,

      you don’t have to worry. Normally, during your first consultation, they will ask you about your medical history, and based on the initial diagnostic testing, they will establish a treatment plan that best suits your needs.

      If you want to get a general overview of what assisted reproduction is about and to feel prepared for your first visit, I recommend you read the following post: What is Assisted Reproduction?

      Hope this helps,

      wish you all the best.

      05/12/2020 at 10:29 am
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