Your family doctor is the first person to talk to before stepping foot inside a fertility clinic, but when looking for a fertility doctor you should ask yourself and the referred doctor these questions. 1. Could lifestyle factors such as smoking, alcohol, or stress be affecting my fertility? 2. What type of treatment would you recommend trying first? Does this treatment involve surgery, medications, or both? What are the risks of treatment? 3. Are there any non-medical approaches, such as relaxation or meditation techniques, that could improve my chances of becoming pregnant? 4. How many cycles of treatment would you recommend before trying another option?5. What does treatment cost? Does my insurance cover any of the medications, hospital charges, or doctor's visits? If I must pay out-of-pocket, do you offer any special payment plans?
6. What is the national success rate, in terms of live births, for each of these treatments?
7. Can you put us in touch with former patients who have undergone similar treatments?
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