FertilityCare doctors diagnose and treat the underlying causes of infertility and achieve up to an 80% success rate, depending on the medical condition.
The Infertility Program is for couples who have had no pregnancies after 12 months, or those who have experienced multiple miscarriages. For couples who have been trying for less than 12 months, there is a different program available.
The one year FertilityCare Infertility Program includes:
- A private introductory session on the Creighton Model FertilityCare system, available at various locations around the GTA
- Charting starter kit including charts, stamps, and user manual
- 8 private follow-up sessions with a FertilityCare Practitioner to ensure accurate observations and charting
- Email and telephone access to a Practitioner for chart checks and clarifications
- Referral to a FertilityCare Nurse for admission interview, injection instruction, medication clarification, blood work updates and other questions
- Monthly emails containing news from FertilityCare Toronto
- Medications, if prescribed by FertilityCare doctors, may be covered by health insurance providers
- Program cost $1200
Appointments with FertilityCare doctors are covered by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP). Clients are required to have charted a minimum of two cycles before seeing a FertilityCare doctor.
Some doctor services may not be covered by OHIP and can be covered by an optional $200 annual fee.
Sign up for a FREE Discover FertilityCare Session or book an Introductory session and get started right away. firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-465-2868.
What is PCOS?
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a hormonal imbalance that causes the ovaries to malfunction and is the most common hormonal disorder in women. The classic signs are a long or irregular cycle.
What is endometriosis?
This is a condition where cells from within the uterus move and implant themselves in other locations. When the cells take up their new location they continue to be hormonally responsive. Some women experience no symptoms; others suffer severe menstrual cramps and painful intercourse. This condition is often associated with infertility
What are pelvic adhesions?
Yes. Pelvic adhesions are a scar tissue that forms on the pelvic organs as a result of endometriosis, infections or surgery. These adhesions can cause pain; some women have no symptoms. It can cause infertility by obstructing the fallopian tubes or impairing their function. Our doctors will evaluate and treat this condition.
What are uterine fibroids?
Yes. Uterine fibroids are benign growths on the smooth muscular tissue of the uterus. These growths can cause excessive menstrual periods (menorrhagia). If they develop in positions that can affect the normal functioning of the uterus and fallopian tubes, they can be removed surgically (myomectomy).
Do you treat male infertility?
Yes. Male infertility contributes to 35-40% of infertility in couples. This can be due to low sperm count, low motility, abnormal morphology, irregularities in the seminal fluid and or varicoceles. Sperm is tested by collecting the seminal fluid at home using a collection device during the act of intercourse. The sample is brought to the hospital/lab for testing. Our doctors evaluate and treat the man while simultaneously optimizing the woman’s cycle.
Are all drugs natural?
Some patients may be required to take “fertility drugs” which are hormones that are identical in molecular structure to the hormones women make in their bodies. Some patients may be required to take traditional fertility drugs but we target the timing to enhance the women’s cycle, not suppress it.