Fertility Evaluation
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Approximately 85% of couples achieve a pregnancy within one year of regular unprotected intercourse. This means about 12-15% of couples seek some form of fertility treatment at some point during their lifetime.

It is common and you are certainly not alone. The diagnosis of subfertility is extremely anxiety provoking and stressful. At JCRM, we have extensive experience, not only with diagnosing and the surgical and medical management of subfertility, but also in managing the stress that this diagnosis may bring. We take a comprehensive approach that lets couples know all of the options. You have a choice and it should be a well-informed and knowledgeable one made only after understanding the underlying diagnosis and all of the available options.
When do we evaluate?

Recommendations for an evaluation stem mainly from age, duration of subfertility, and whether there are other underlying factors that may impact reproductive success. Couples should seek assistance immediately if menstrual cycles are irregular or unpredictable, they suffer from pelvic pain, or the partner is known or suspected to have a potential health factor that may impact the quality of sperm.

At JCRM, we also aim to reduce the stress associated with infertility by evaluating couples when they are concerned that there may be a problem, regardless of the time interval over which they have attempted fertility. It is also an excellent option for women that would like to determine how to optimize fertility for the future.

What does an evaluation entail?

Any fertility specialist should investigate four primary areas that impact fertility. Click below to learn more.

How long will the process take?

JCRM focuses on a couple-oriented fertility diagnostic evaluation. It only takes one menstrual cycle for us to figure out all of the underlying problems. We perform each test at a particular point in the cycle. After a short time (typically a few weeks), we have all of the information we need. Afterwards, a doctor will sit down and go over each test and what options are available to you. We will discuss success rates from continuing to try on your own through aggressive treatments, and also give our own recommendations. Most of our patients achieve a healthy pregnancy through less aggressive means.


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