Utah Infertility Specialists
The Regions Most Experienced Infertility Specialist Staff
RCC's Infertility Specialist Staff
Our infertility specialist staff includes five board certified reproductive endocrinologists, infertility specialists who have the most combined experience in the region.
We encourage you to review their patient ratings on our website, Google+ and the physician rating sites. You can also review videos posted on the doctor's biography page explaining their philosophies on treating infertile couples.
Couples often ask when an infertility specialist should be consulted. The American Society of Reproductive Medicine recommends a fertility specialist be seen after one year of trying to become pregnant. Women in their mid-thirties should be seen within 6 months of trying. The best course is to have ovarian reserve testing done when infertility is suspected. Ovarian reserve can determine if egg quality is declining and more aggressive treatment is needed.
Infertility specialists undergo extensive subspecialty training in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility and advanced surgical procedures. They must complete a medical degree followed by a four year residency in obstetrics and gynecology and a three year fellowship program in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
Consulting an infertility specialist early in the course of diagnosing and treating infertility has been shown to increase the chances of having a baby, usually in shorter times, and at less expense. The cost of successful conception is critical since most treatments are not covered by insurance. A specialist will perform numerous tests on both partners to identify the cause(s) of infertility.
Take a few moments to review our infertility specialists’ credentials. You will always see the specialist you choose at each visit.