My husband and I are looking into fertility treatments as we’ve been struggling to conceive for a longer period of time. How is your experience at the west coast fertility center? Also, we’d like to know how an infertility diagnosis will look like.05/15/2020 at 10:21 am
generally, a visit to a fertility specialist is indicated when a couple has been trying for a minimum of one year unprotected sexual relationships without any pregnancy results. So, if that’s the case with you both, it’s about time to see a specialist in order to detect the underlying issue preventing you from conceiving. For this, both female and male fertility is tested which consists of a physical exam by means of a blood test, ultrasound, and in men a semen analysis. For a more profound insight on how fertility tests are carried out, I recommend you the following posts Female Fertility Tests and Male Fertility Tests.
If you’re interested in west coast fertility in specific, you can have a look at their profile here: Analysis of West Coast Fertility Center.
Hope this helps,
wish you all the best.05/18/2020 at 10:00 am
We had a positive experience with west coast fertility. After struggling for more than 1.5 years, we decided it was time to go see a specialist. My husband suffered from teratozoospermia which is why he were recommended IVF/ICSI. The first attempt already resulted in a positive pregnancy test. So far, I don’t have anything negative to say.06/05/2020 at 12:30 pm
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