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Is it Time to See an Orange County Fertility Doctor?

If you answer yes to one or more of the following questions, you should schedule an appointment with a fertility doctor.

  • Are you a female under the age of 35 who has been trying to get pregnant for one year or more?
  • Are you a female 35 or older who has been trying to get pregnant for 6 months or more?
  • Do you have a history of pelvic infection, pelvic pain or STDs?
  • Do you need treatment for damage to your fallopian tubes or endometriosis?
  • Have you had two or more miscarriages?
  • Do you have irregular menstrual cycles or do you not ovulate regularly?
  • Does your male partner have poor semen analysis?

What Is a Fertility Doctor?

A fertility doctor is technically known as a reproductive endocrinologist. Fertility doctors must complete a residency in obstetrics/gynecology and then an additional two to three years of specialized training in reproductive endocrinology. Reproductive endocrinologists are either “board certified” or “board eligible.” Most fertility doctors are members of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), a governing that sets the ethical standards in the field of reproductive medicine.

Finding an Orange County Fertility Doctor has an extensive database of all Reproductive Endocrinologists in the Orange County area including clinics in Newport Beach, Viejo, Irvine, and more. It’s our goal to help you find the best doctor for your particular situation.
It is recommended that you schedule a consultation when you are considering a fertility treatment. Prepare a list of questions and bring your medical history with you. The doctor will assess your situation based on your medical and family history and a physical exam.


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