Get started with a virtual assessment.
For those looking to better understand their fertility from the comfort of their homes. You will meet with a fertility specialist to discuss the fertility fundamentals and a plan for your fertility journey. Your lab work and ultrasound will be completed at our partner clinic in Denver.
Virtual Fertility Assessments are covered by most major insurance plans and include fertility hormone testing, ultrasound, and 1:1 consultation with a fertility specialist. Assessments include all of the below, but laboratory fees may be extra if not covered by insurance.
Virtual appointment with a fertility specialist
You will have a 1:1 virtual appointment with one of our fertility specialists to discuss your fertility and family-building goals as well as your family and medical history (your age, lifestyle, medical history, and genetic background can all contribute to your fertility). We will also review the fertility fundamentals!
Visit our partner clinic
You will visit our partner clinic to get some blood work done. We will look at your levels of the AMH hormone, which is produced in your ovaries and is one of the most reliable measures of your ovarian reserve. We will also perform a transvaginal ultrasound that lets us count the number of egg cells in your ovaries.
You will have a follow up virtual appointment with your fertility specialist who will give you a personalized plan based on your results and your personal fertility goals.
Here’s What You Should Know About Fertility
The reality is, you’re never too young (or too old) to learn more about your body, your fertility, and better understand where things stand. The good news is it’s possible to be proactive with your fertility care. A great first step is coming in for a personalized Fertility Assessment.
When it comes to fertility, the most important thing to think about is our age.
It's all about the eggs.
We are born with all the eggs we’re ever going to have – about 2 million. By the time we reach our first period, we’re already down to 300,000-400,000 eggs (totally unfair, we know). From there – whether we’re on birth control and actually bleed or not – we lose up to 1,000 eggs every month.
Quality is just as important as quantity.
As we get older, the quantity of our eggs declines, but the quality declines too. Poor egg quality could result in a higher rate of miscarriage or having a child with a genetic abnormality.
Knowledge is power.
Doctors typically point to 35 as the age at which fertility declines. But, this isn’t just a switch that turns off one day. As we age, our eggs age with us. In addition, 1 in 20 women experiences premature low ovarian reserve under the age of 35.
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We’re currently offering virtual consultations with a board certified physician.
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