Your First Visit

We're excited that you've chosen PREG to help you realize your dreams of having a family. The first time you come to see us you will have a consultation with a board certified reproductive endocrinologist for you and your partner to begin your diagnostic evaluation. We welcome you to our comfortable convenient office locations. For your convenience we have a patient portal on our website. We suggest that you complete your initial paperwork prior to your appointment to save valuable time with your physician. You may have some lab work drawn to start the process.

Preparing For Your New Patient Appointment

✔ Complete your new patient questionnaire including demographic information and medical history on the patient portal.

✔ Obtain a copy of your medical records from your OB/GYN, family doctor or other fertility clinic. Medical Record Release Form

✔ Obtain a copy of your partners past fertility testing or treatments, if applicable.

✔ Bring a photo ID and insurance cards for both partners.

✔ Register with your insurance carrier's fertility program if required.

We encourage all patients to write down your questions in advance and bring them with you to your initial appointment. During the initial consult, there is a lot to discuss; this way you're more likely to make the most of the time spent with your physician.

You may be asked to return early in your menstrual cycle for baseline labs which are normally done on cycle days 2-4. This will determine how your ovaries are functioning. You will need a hysterosalpingogram (HSG) around cycle days 5-11 to determine if your tubes are open. Your partner will need a semen analysis to determine the number of sperm, the shape of sperm and the motility.

After all of your diagnostic testing has been completed and an individualized diagnosis has been made for your particular case, you will have a follow-up appointment with your physician to start you fertility treatments.

Common Diagnoses

  • Age and Fertility
  • Ovulatory Disorder
  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
  • Premature Ovarian Failure
  • Tubal Disease
  • Endometriosis
  • Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
  • Amenorrhea
  • Fibroids