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Frequently Asked Questions

When should I do something? (我应该什么时侯开始咨询?)

The right time to seek help is when you are concerned. Often simple tests to check ovulation and sperm quality will give you the assurance you need to happily try a little longer before more intensive investigation. These tests will also quickly identify a problem, which can stop you wasting valuable time.


Does my age matter? ( 和我的年龄有关系吗?)

Yes! A woman’s chance of becoming pregnant decreases with age, especially in her late 30s. Generally, the older you are, the earlier you should seek help. There is a simple test to estimate your ovarian reserve and who might lose their fertility more quickly. See how age impacts on your fertility with our biological clock –


Who should I see? ( 我应该找谁帮忙? )

Your GP can assist with initial tests and refer you for further fertility investigations and treatment. Alternatively, you can telephone us for a consultation with a fertility specialist at any stage.


What happens when I see a fertility specialist? (当我去见生殖医学专家时会发生什么?)

Your fertility specialist will investigate all possible causes of infertility. This investigation will include a medical history of you and your partner, hormone tests for the woman (including ovarian reserve) and sperm tests for the man. We offer a full range of treatments including ovulation monitoring, insemination, IVF, ICSI and more.

Your specialist will take you through all of these options and outline the best one for you.


How successful is treatment? (治疗的成功率如何?)

We think babies are more important than pregnancy rates.

Recent advances in technology means that the chance of having a child through IVF is 40-50 percent per treatment for women aged 35 years or younger. Many people will have the option of lower technology treatments which also offer a good chance of pregnancy over a course of three to four months.