Texas Fertility, P.A.
Even though you are just starting to investigate about infertility, by now you have heard all the well intended, but inadvertently insensitive comments from those who don't understand all the emotions surrounding a couple who is desperately trying to have a baby.
You are at a point where you are thinking about taking that first step, but which step should it be? The answer to this can be guided by the female's age.
Our advice for those who have been trying for a year or more, see a Reproductive Endocrinologist. If you are over 35, see a specialist if you have only tried for 6 months. If you know you have a problem, go to a Reproductive Endocrinologist now. This information should guide you to making your first decision about your situation. It is not a substitute for seeing a physician.
It should be noted, the vast majority of patients who initiate infertility evaluations in the Ob/Gyn offices have laparoscopic surgery. Only 10% to 20% of patients have this surgery done if they are seen first by a Reproductive Endocrinologist.
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