A reproductive endocrinologist and infertility doctor identifies and treats infertility in women and men, and reproductive disorders in children, women and men. A reproductive endocrinologist and infertility doctor has specialized training in the complex reproduction process in both males and females. A reproductive endocrinologist and infertility doctor focuses on factors involved in fertility and recommends appropriate treatment methods.
A reproductive endocrinologist and infertility doctor typically:
Evaluates your medical history and any tests results you already have
Performs physical exams
Orders and interprets laboratory tests, hormone tests, imaging exams, and fluid analyses
Prescribes fertility medications
Diagnoses and treats female infertility, male infertility, hormone disorders, sexual development disorders, and menstrual problems
Performs artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, and surgical procedures
A reproductive endocrinologist and infertility doctor may also be known by the following names: fertility doctor, infertility doctor, or reproductive doctor.
There are 103 specialists practicing Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility in New Jersey with an overall average rating of 4.1 stars. There are 47 hospitals in New Jersey with affiliated Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility specialists, including Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Virtua Voorhees Hospital and AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center - Mainland.