What To Expect
Infertility can be an emotional and overwhelming journey and we understand that you may be experiencing intense feelings and stress at any stage of treatment. From initial contact to becoming a parent, we are committed to providing you with the care, support and expertise needed every step of the way.
If you are having problems conceiving, ask your GP or Specialist for a referral to Repromed where you will have a consultation with one of our Doctors. An initial Fertility Assessment includes a range of female blood tests, a female egg reserve scan, semen analysis and lifestyle overview. A 45-minute consultation will then be scheduled with one of our team to discuss your results and treatment plan.
To access our treatments and services, you will require a referral form from your GP or Specialist. GP referrals are valid for 12 months and Specialist referrals are valid for 3 months. You need a current referral to access Medicare rebates.
2. Initial Contact
Our experienced Fertility Nurses are available and qualified to answer any initial questions you may have before making an appointment with a Doctor.
We also regularly hold free information sessions designed to give you all of the information you need to start your family.
3. First Consultation
Repromed has a dedicated expert team who will tailor a range of care, support and treatment plans to suit your individual circumstances. At your first appointment, one of our Doctors will discuss your medical history, any previous test results, possible treatment options and schedule any remaining preliminary investigations.
4. Preliminary Investigations
At Repromed we will carry out preliminary investigations to assess the cause of infertility. This may involve tests such as analysis of hormone levels for both males and females; TUNEL Test to assess sperm DNA damage; Egg Timer Test to assess ovarian reserve; genetic tests and general health assessments. A follow-up appointment will then be scheduled with your Doctor to review the test results, discuss a diagnosis and offer treatment options.
5. Tailored Treatment Plan
Infertility can affect one in every six couples, so if you are having difficulty conceiving, it is important to know that you are not alone and there are many treatments available that can help you achieve your dream of having a baby.
Your Doctor will review your test results and recommend the right treatment option for you.