Diagnosing Infertility

Diagnosing Infertility

Fertility Doctor Tina Koopersmith

Discusses Diagnosing Infertility

Finding the true diagnosis for your infertility is a critical part in developing the best treatment plan with you and for you.

Your First Visit

During your first visit to discuss your infertility, we will analyze basic medical information about you and your partner to effectively determine a diagnosis. The basic information that all fertility doctors check:

  • Is the woman ovulating?
  • Are there risk factors suggesting pelvic problems in the woman?
  • Are there any issues with the man’s sperm?

Our Approach

While most fertility clinics also look into these basic factors, we also evaluate the full you to best diagnose and treat your infertility. We will ask about medical illnesses or lifestyle factors that may adversely affect fertility.

Together We'll Find A Way

The physicians at West Coast Women’s Reproductive Center will ask about menstrual patterns, diet, exercise, intake of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, and caffeine. We will ask about your lifestyle and environmental exposures as well as techniques used to modify daily stress. We care deeply about properly diagnosing your infertility so we can create the ideal treatment option for you. Throughout your journey, we will be right there for you at the bedside and we will do all we can to help you achieve your family goals.

We look forward to meeting you, learning about you, and helping you to be healthy and happy. To schedule an appointment you can call the West Coast Women's Reproductive Center at (818) 616-9277 or make an appointment online.

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