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2018

Dr. Daniel Potter: HRC’s 2018 Resolutions to Patients

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The way to new year 2018

At the end of each year, many (MANY) people start planning their resolutions for the coming year: lose weight; stop smoking; become more organized; read more; and well, the list goes on.

Those trying to have a baby, however, may be focused on only one New Year’s goal: to become a parent or expand their family as they have always envisioned. At HRC Fertility, our New Year’s resolution is to help you achieve your resolution. We aim to provide our patients with a pathway to parenthood in the most efficient, cost-effective and successful way possible.

At HRC Fertility, we vow to:
1) Effectively diagnose your infertility problems so we know the best route forward
2) Compassionately communicate so that you understand the treatment plan and have realistic expectations about the potential outcome
3) Educate you about your responsibilities as a patient, especially regarding medication and cycle monitoring
4) Answer every question and address any concerns
5) Provide medical treatment options reflecting the latest advances in treatment and medical practices
6) Treat you as we would want to be treated: as a person with hopes and dreams that we want to fulfill
7) Hold your hand and provide a shoulder to cry on when the roller coaster of the infertility experience becomes too much to bear
8) Share your joy and celebrate your accomplishments when the time comes for you to leave our practice

If your goal is to have a baby in 2018, please contact us if you:
1) Have been unsuccessfully trying to conceive for too long. That means a year or more if you’re a woman 35 years old or younger; six months if you’re older than 36; or three months or longer if you’re 40 or older
2) Are aware of a fertility diagnosis such as endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome or low sperm count
3) Are frustrated with the course of treatment or care at your current fertility provider
4) Have been treated by your gynecologist but know it’s time to move on to more advanced therapies, such as in vitro fertilization
5) Are a woman or man contemplating single or “choice” parenthood
6) Are part of a same-sex couple who knows you’ll need help getting pregnant

Happy New Year and a joyous 2018 from HRC Fertility!

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