A Reproductive Endocrinologist is a specialist who cures infertility. His professional knowledge and skills are directed to a broad circle of patients of diverse ages and both sexes.
We can help patients suffering from:
- family infertility;
- inborn defects of the uterus and the reproductive tract;
- a history of developmental problems in puberty;
- missing or irregular menstrual cycles;
- abnormal breast secretions;
- abnormal hair growth;
- polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS);
- women in their perimenopause or menopause.
When is it best to consult a Reproductive Endocrinologist?
If you wish to have children and:
- are under 35, with a history of failed attempts to become pregnant over nine months to a year;
- are over 35, with a history of failed attempts to become pregnant over six months or longer;
- have a history of lower pelvic infection;
- have an irregular menstrual cycle and a history of failed attempts to become pregnant;
- have moderate to acute endometriosis;
- have made three or more failed attempts to become pregnant using Clomiphene citrate (Clomid, Clostilbegyt, Serpafar) stimulation;
- have made three or more failed attempts to become pregnant using intrauterine insemination (IUI);
- have a partner with deviations in seminal analysis indicators.