Fertility Evaluations are recommended for patients:

  • Under 35 years of age, who have been trying to conceive for 12 months or more and have no risk factors for infertility 
  • Over 35 years of age, who been trying to conceive for 6 months or more and have no risk factors for infertility
  • Over 40 years of age and are trying to conceive or thinking of trying to conceive 
  • Women or couples of any age with risk factors for infertility
  • What is infertility?
What is infertility?

Infertility affects a woman’s ability to get pregnant. It’s a difficult situation, but it doesn’t mean you cannot have a family. A woman is considered infertile if she is younger than 35 and has tried unsuccessfully for a year to get pregnant. The timeline is shorter for those older than 35, as infertility is considered after six months of unsuccessful pregnancy attempts.

While not a rare condition, it’s rarely mentioned or discussed openly. This lack of transparency causes extreme feelings of isolation for the one in eight couples who experience this struggle.

Our care team provides effective treatments that can safely help you overcome fertility in just a short time.

  • What are risk factors for infertility?
What are risk factors for infertility?
  • Women who do not get their periods or whose periods are not regular (coming at least every 30-35 days).

  • Women with a history of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or endometriosis.

  • Women with known or suspected uterine/tubal disease. This includes women with fibroids or women who have a history of gonorrhea or chlamydia.

  • Male Infertility: Women whose male partner has a history of groin or testicular surgery, adult mumps, impotence or other sexual dysfunction, chemotherapy and/or radiation, a history of subfertility with another partner or whose male partner has had an abnormal semen analysis.


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