Making an appointment
The best and easiest way of making an appointment is to call my assistants Darleine, Rachelle or Diane on 02 87343395 or via our contact form below. They can let you know immediately when the next available time will be.
Once you have arranged a time to meet, complete our Patient Information Form. This will help us prepare your patient file and save time when you come in.
What you will need to bring
Both partners will need a referral to see me. If you don’t have a referral, you can’t claim from Medicare. Download a referral form and take it with you when you go to see your GP.
If you have had tests or treatments before, please bring all the information you have.
If you haven’t already had tests or treatment elsewhere, I will probably ask you and your partner to have some relatively simple, non-invasive tests to see if we can find an explanation for why you’re having trouble getting or staying pregnant. These will include blood tests and an ultrasound exam for the woman, and blood tests and a semen analysis for the man.
What we will talk about
We’ll spend a lot of time talking during our first appointment. We will discuss your family and medical history. We’ll explore whether there are any obvious barriers to your getting pregnant. We’ll talk about how lifestyle factors can play a role in fertility and what strategies you can employ to maximise your chance of a healthy baby.
I’ll do my best to answer all your questions – it sometimes makes it easier if you bring a list of questions with you.