Seeking conception advice
When to get advice
If you are having difficulty falling pregnant, you are not alone. I often meet individuals and couples who feel they don’t have enough information or suspect it’s been taking too long to become pregnant. I also meet couples who have been doing all the right things and just need a little reinforcement. It is important to remember that fertility issues can mostly be treated, giving great hope for individuals and couples in this situation to achieve their dream of having a baby.
When should I seek medical advice?
If you have not achieved a pregnancy after a year (or six months if you are over 35) of unprotected intercourse, you should seek medical advice.
Other instances where patients might want to seek fertility advice include same-sex couples and individuals wanting to start the family-building process with Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART).
Remember that anyone can be affected by infertility and no matter your circumstances, we will work with you to explore possible solutions.
Let us help
It is natural to have questions and to seek help if you think there’s a chance your fertility is not what it could be. You are welcome to contact my team and speak to my friendly staff, who are always available to listen, give advice and put your mind at ease. You don’t have to be a patient to use this service. I understand that sometimes you just need someone to talk to during this uncertain period.
My aim is to help you fulfil your dream of having a baby to cuddle and love. My team and I are always here for you.