We understand, it is disheartening when it’s difficult to conceive. We are here to listen and help in your search for answers and solutions.

Problems Getting Pregnant

Multiple factors affecting both women and men can make it difficult to become pregnant.  For women age, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian disease (PCOS) and a past history of pelvic infections could be part of the problem. Men may have a low or abnormal sperm production. Varicoceles are a common cause of infertility in men in which varicose veins develop around the testes and need to be treated with surgery.

You should be concerned if you have not become pregnant after a year of unprotected sex. If you are 30-35 years old, you may want to seek help after 6 months of trying to conceive.

When you come to see us, we’ll do a comprehensive work-up to help determine the problem(s) that are making it difficult for you to conceive.  We try to do this in a cost effective manner and not do testing that isn’t needed.

Based on the results of our evaluation and discussions with you and your partner, we will make recommendations for you to follow to try to conceive. We also can refer you to an infertility specialist if more comprehensive care and treatment is needed.