Visiting a fertility clinic can be stressful, but it is a step in the right direction in your fertility journey. Choosing a urologist, let alone asking them questions, can be a challenge to many men. At times, you may have to endure multiple uncomfortable examinations before you find the right doctor. During your first few visits, you may become anxious since you do not know what to expect and your doctor may have a lot of information to give. It is vital for you to ask the right questions, but it is easy for you to become overwhelmed and forget about them. When seeking services in men's sexual health in Palm Beach, the best way to ensure you ask all your questions is to prepare a list before you meet your doctor. Pull out your list of questions at the end of your visit and go through it with Dr. Ramesh Kumar to ensure none have been left unanswered.

Below are 10 questions to help make your first visit to your urologist more comfortable:

Your first visit starts with a comprehensive review of your medical history including previous tests and treatments to help your doctor obtain a background of your health history. Essential questions for this visit include:

  1. Judging from my medical history and previous testing, what are the potential issues that we may have to face going forward? Which other testing can I undergo to help with diagnosis?
  2. What is the effect of my age on fertility and what are my chances for a healthy pregnancy? Are there any present medical or lifestyle issues that you recommend I work on to help enhance my fertility and chances to have a healthy pregnancy?
  3. In your estimation, how long will it take for me to complete the workout and embark on the treatment plan? Also, how can these tests be scheduled?
  4. Who can I contact if I have a question about my health evaluation or treatment?
  5. What is the procedure of scheduling a meeting with the business office for a review of the cost of the recommended evaluation and treatment plan?

After you have undergone testing, you will go back to your doctor to review the results from your testing and discuss the available treatment plans. Below are the questions to ask during this visit:

  1. What is our diagnosis?
  2. What are the available treatment options and what is your recommendation?
  3. How long can we use a treatment plan before substituting it with another if results are not forthcoming?
  4. Can you give an outline of the treatment plan and what to expect as well as side effects?
  5. When will treatment start, and what else is required of me for it to start?  

Infertility can be scary and complicated, so you should ask your doctor the right question to help make informed decisions that will have a positive impact on your future. Contact LifeWell M.D. today to learn more about the available fertility options.

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