As this is your first visit, you will first be registered. Simply provide us your information and produce the necessary documents to the clinic assistant at the front counter.
Please bring the following documents:
- Identification Card
(NRIC or Employment Pass / S Pass / Work Permit / Dependent Pass / Long Term Visit Pass)
- Marriage Certificate (if you intend to go for fertility treatments)
- Insurance Cards of relevant insurance
- Any prior medical reports, blood tests, fertility assessments or reports relevant to the visit.
Upon registration, you will automatically be put in queue to see the specialist. Please be informed that consultation is by appointment.
We seek your understanding and patience as you wait to see the specialist. As consultation time for other patients may vary depending on the complexity of the cases and as the specialist may be called upon to perform clinical procedures, the waiting time may be prolonged.
When is it time to see a fertility specialist for couples who are trying to conceive?
You should consider seeing a specialist if one or more of the following applies to you:
- You have yet to conceive after 1 year of having regular unprotected sexual intercourse.
- You are older than 35 years of age and have not conceived after trying for 6 months without contraceptive.
- Your menstrual cycle is irregular.
- You or your spouse has a known fertility problem such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, or male factor infertility.
- You have had previous miscarriages.
Are there specific days of my menstrual cycle on which I should come for my first visit?
Be it for fertility or gynaecological-related needs, you can come anytime during your menstrual cycle.
Does my spouse need to be there as well?
It is advisable in the case of couples seeking assisted reproductive treatment, that both husband and wife attends the consultation.