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Before he gave us the green light on the IVF, he ended up performing two surgeries on my wife. The first was to remove some endometriosis that he said she had and the second was to remove a fibroid. He told us that both surgeries were necessary
in order for the IVF to be successful. I always found it odd that our previous treatment center had never brought up the fact that my wife had endometriosis and that it should be removed. Because of our negative experience with that center, I brushed it off. I have read since that the impact of the removal of endometriosis on IVF success is debatable and opinions differ from doctor to
Going into the IVF cycle, our opinion of the doctor was still positive but then things began to fall apart as the limitations of the
smaller office began to manifest themselves. When I arrived to the office to deliver my ‘sample’ for the procedure, the lab technician was late and when she finally arrived, she locked her keys in her car. When she finally got in and processed my ‘sample’, her and the doctor assured me that everything was fine and the ‘sample’ was not impacted by the delay. I wanted to believe them but when you’re spending thousands of dollars and dealing with something this sensitive as infertility,
you can’t help but freak out when things like this happen.
For the retrieval and transfer procedures, the doctor sent my wife to the Yale Fertility Center – putting the fate of the treatment in the hands of a team of doctors whom we had never met. Yale is very expensive and you’re pretty much paying for the name. By comparison, The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services, located at the UConn Health Center, is cheaper, closer, and actually has a higher rate of success.
The treatment itself seemed to go well. We got more follicles than we did during our first IVF attempt – a lot more. This gave us a lot of confidence. But this was crushed when Yale called to tell us that only a couple of the follicles were
acceptable for transfer. When we asked why, the doctor at Yale was very terse – as if he was offended by the question. My wife was crying on the phone and the guy was practically yelling at her. Because Yale was not giving us any answers, we asked Dr.
I understand that some of these details about Yale probably belong in a separate review about Yale. But the facility that a fertility doctor chooses to use for retrieval and transfer is very important. The choice of the place to use was not ours - it was his. And he should be accountable for that choice.
In the end, the treatment was unsuccessful. We ended up going to The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services at Uconn for attempt #3. After looking over our file, our new doctor mentioned that it was strange that we got so many follicles and yet so few turned out to be viable. But they couldn't really look into it too much since the files they got from Dr.
office were missing some details.
As for his office staff, his front desk personnel was ok but the girl in charge of insurance billing,
with. We continued to receive bills from his office long after our last visit. We have reached out to
times to get an explanation. We have left her messages and she has never gotten back to us.
I understand that fertility treatments cannot be guaranteed and I am not writing this negative review because Dr.
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