Once you have decided to transition your care to a fertility doctor, you next need to make the important decision regarding which one to choose. Choosing a fertility doctor is an important step. One way to gain a better understanding of the fertility doctors you are considering is to schedule an initial fertility consultation.
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If you are under 35 and have been trying to get pregnant for one year, or if you are 35 or older and have been trying to get pregnant for six months, you should see a doctor who specializes in infertility — a reproductive endocrinologist (RE).
If you and your partner are having trouble trying to conceive, it may be time to see a fertility doctor to diagnose potential female infertility or male infertility.
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Fertility doctor Alan Penzias, M.D. of Boston IVF discusses the latest advances in IVF. Through advances in technology, we a now have the ability to very accurately measure response to hormone treatment with a saliva test, which makes treatment more accessible, minimally invasive and reduces the fear of fertility therapy.