My husband and I have been active for about two years before we started to get checked out. I went to an obgyn who was doing blood tests and gave me clomid. After a few months my husband had his sperm checked out and we found out there wasn't any sperm. He was sent to another specialist who ran some tests and found out he had klinefield syndrome. He was sent to another doctors office who only confirmed the diagnosis again and said he couldn't do anything because he doesn't specialize in that area. After doing some research we decided to go John Hopkins since they have a center for that syndrome, had great reviews, and his dad recommended them since he had gotten treatment for cancer there as well. we scheduled an appointment that was months away. We were excited when the first appointment came and they just talked and scheduled another appointment and ran some blood tests. For the next appointment they did a bone scan. They told us they would talk to a group and see if they can start him on fertility medicine and do the TESE procedure. They said keep our options open. We waited and waited and didn't hear anything regarding when he could start the medicine. My husband messaged the doctors on his profile, and waited over a month and didn't hear anything back. He then messaged the hospital and then the doctor e-mailed him saying she appologizes for the communication issue but she's been having e-mail issues but they are working on it and it should be resolved soon and she will let us know when we can start the fertility tratement and maybe it could be clomid or something like it too. We waited another month and I e-mailed the doctor again asking when we can start and when the next appointment could be. It's been another month and I haven't heard anything. I didn't want to pay our bill because he had the appointment and nothing was done. The doctor promised us she would work with us and find a resolution but she didn't do anything. Our bill for like 150 or so went into collections. It's not about the money. I can pay that with no problem. However, if I take my car for an oil change and the mechanic says yeah your oil needs changed and doesn't do anything, why should I pay???? We already had the tests done at other offices and brought the records to John Hopkins for them to help us have a child, not confirm the diagnostic that we already had done at two other doctor offices. It has been months. If she e-mailed us back we would continue working with them. We took days off of work and drove 2 hours for our appointments. I am really disappointed with John Hopkins fertility center and until it's resolved I wouldn't recommend them to anyone...
There really good and thoughrally checked my first scan for any defects
The staff are awesome and willing to make your experience wonderful.
It was an amazing experience especially for it being my first time going thru this process they were very informative.
My experience went well, I went through two cycles, on the secound cycle I was pregnant, patience is the key, Dr kolp was amazing.
After 7 years we are finally pregnant. They were very attentive and hands on for all of my needs. Nurses always called you back.
Johns Hopkins is the gold standard for care regardless of the specialty needed. Our experience reflects this.
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Wait time for ultrasounds varied depending on arrival time in the am, saw a different doctor each time, nurses are amazing.
The data shown in this section comes from both SART.org and the CDC. Together these organizations maintain the most up-to-date data on fertility clinic success rates in the US. Your physician should be able to help you interpret these reports. When you see a "?" in a chart, it simply indicates that a clinic has completed less than 20 cycles in that category and age range, which would make showing success rates misleading, according to the CDC
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