When to See a Fertility Specialist

When to See a Fertility Specialist in Texas

Whether you’re planning to become a parent now or in the future, we are here to help you take a proactive approach to your fertility journey. At IVFMD, our reproductive specialists have helped thousands of patients successfully build their families – and we’re here to help you, too. If you’re wondering when to see a fertility specialist, it may be time to get started on your journey.

It may be time to see a fertility specialist if…

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You’ve been trying to conceive for more than 6 months.

If you and your partner have been struggling to get pregnant for more than 6 months, it may be time to explore fertility treatment options.

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You’re experiencing issues with your reproductive health.

If you or your partner have experienced hormonal symptoms, like irregular periods, or have been diagnosed with endometriosis or PCOS, a fertility specialist can help identify the root cause of your issues and perform treatments to enhance your fertility potential.

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You’ve experienced recurrent miscarriages.

If you or your partner have experienced multiple miscarriages, you may want to seek help from a fertility specialist to determine the underlying cause of your recurrent pregnancy loss.

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You want to be proactive about your fertility health.

Want to know what to expect before you start trying? At IVFMD, our fertility specialists can perform various fertility tests to provide insight into your genetic and reproductive health.

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You’re planning ahead.

If you want to have a family but aren’t quite ready, you can meet with a fertility specialist to discuss your options for egg freezing and fertility preservation

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You’ve been diagnosed with cancer.

If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer and want to have children in the future, it is important to meet with an oncofertility specialist as soon as possible to discuss your options for fertility preservation.

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You’re interested in finding a surrogate or donor.

If you’re unable to conceive using your own eggs or sperm, a fertility specialist can help you explore options for growing your family through donation and surrogacy.

What causes infertility in the first place?

Infertility affects nearly 15%* of reproductive-aged individuals and couples worldwide. At IVFMD, we are committed to equipping you with the knowledge and resources you need to understand the causes of your infertility and take control of your fertility care.


*Data sourced from the World Health Organization
Read About the Causes of Infertility

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