Do I have to be referred by another doctor before the Fertility Center of Dallas will see me?
Should I bring my medical records with me, or wait until after my first visit with the Fertility Center of Dallas?
My previous OB/GYN already did some testing before referring me. Will the Fertility Center of Dallas pick up where my doctor left off?
How do I know if I need treatment for fertility problems?
What caused my fertility problem?
My husband doesn’t want to do the semen analysis — he thinks it’s a female issue.
My husband has a child from a previous marriage. Is semen analysis still necessary?
When is the best time to take a prenatal vitamin supplement? Is over-the-counter OK?
Will I still have a period if I don’t ovulate?
Don’t all women ovulate on day 14 of the menstrual cycle? Why should I test with my ovulation kit as early as day 9?
When I’m using an ovulation predictor kit, when is the most fertile time for intercourse?
I’ve heard that intercourse every other day is the best way to become pregnant. Is this true?
Why is it necessary to come in for more than one ultrasound in an evaluation period?
Can being overweight or underweight affect conception?
My friend started taking thyroid medication and got pregnant in one month. Should I try this?
Does fertility treatment increase or decrease the risk of birth defects?
I’ve been told my tubes are blocked; does the Fertility Center of Dallas treat this?
I have endometriosis. What are my chances of becoming pregnant?
Will Clomid increase my chance of getting pregnant? I want to try it first.
The Fertility Center of Dallas recommended superovulation (injectable hormones). Why do I have to give the injections at home?
My partner and I have one child, but we haven’t been able to conceive again. Why?
Does the Fertility Center of Dallas see patients who have immune problems?
Is it best to just do in vitro fertilization and skip all of the evaluation processes, or should I try other treatments?
Will any of my fertility evaluation and treatment be covered by my insurance?
If I have insurance that states it pays for my fertility evaluation and treatment, why do I have to pay for special tests and treatments?