So, you and your partner are ready to have a child, and that’s a wonderful moment in your life. But struggling with infertility can be a stressful and confusing time as well. Most people do not anticipate having difficulty starting a family, but infertility is known to affect one in six couples. If you have been unsuccessful in your attempts to become pregnant and don’t know where to start, we at Thibodaux Gyn Ob can help. If you do have a partner, you may invite them to accompany you to your appointment.
Come speak with us:
Our staff consists of highly trained fertility experts, but we’re a collaborating, caring group ready to walk you through each and every step of the process. Every one of our patients receives personalized one-on-one care to cater to individual needs and fertility goals.
If you are a new patient, you can begin today by scheduling a free 30-minute telephone consultation. Simply call and speak with a Thibodaux Gynecology and Obstetrics staff member or make an appointment at our clinic. Learn more about our consultations, appointments, and testing options. Check out more details at: https://www.thibodauxgynob.com/tubal-reversal-surgery
Come visit us:
The Thibodaux Gynecology and Obstetrics is located at 406 N. Acadia Road just down from Thibodaux Regional Hospital. We provide tips on what to bring, what you can expect, and other important information about visiting our clinic for the first time.
At Thibodaux Gynecology and Obstetrics, we know finances also play an important role in your fertility decisions. We’ll go over all the information about the costs of fertility treatment and help you feel more comfortable about the process.
Come find your answers:
Our Thibodaux Gynecology and Obstetrics staff is ready and waiting to answer your questions about infertility and what’s possible for you and your partner in what will be an exciting new time in your life.
Please note that this information does not replace an evaluation conducted by an infertility specialist. Our team works directly with every new patient to determine individual diagnosis and treatment options.