Welcome to Overlake Reproductive Health!
Thank you for entrusting your care to us. We are absolutely committed to making your care here a boutique-style experience with individualized and enhanced attention.
Overlake Reproductive Health is a private medical practice specializing in the diagnoses and treatment of female reproductive disorders as well as male infertility. Our clinic is staffed by practitioners who have specialized in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. We provide a team approach to your care.
ORH’s aim is to provide the most comprehensive and current diagnostic procedures and methods of treatment. We promise that we will assist you in every possible way to have a positive and successful experience as you proceed along your reproductive journey.
When to see a Fertility Doctor FAQs
Can I check to see if I am OK to wait a few years before having kids?
If you want to have fertility testing but are not ready to start a family yet then we can help. We can now offer women an inexpensive way to find out what their fertility potential is. Through a couple hormonal tests, and a simple ultrasound we can now create a customized fertility assessment. Learn more about our Fertility Snapshot program and see if it makes sense for you.
Do I need a referral from my Ob/gyn or Primary Care MD to see you?
ORH does not require a referral, but your insurance company may require that you have one. Check with your insurance plan if you need a referral or if you have to register with them to get fertility coverage. If you are referred by a physician or other health professional, please let us know. It is helpful to request records of your previous testing and treatment so that we can review them. Many of our patients are referred by friends, coworkers or family members, including former patients of ours who have been successful.
What is the difference between a Fertility specialist and seeing my Ob/Gyn
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility or REI MDs are sub-specialists: we train in Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/Gyn) then do advanced study of male & female hormonal conditions (endocrinology) and infertility testing and treatment including IVF. REI should be board-certified, except for a few older docs. Ob/Gyn MDs offer prenatal care, delivery, gynecologic care & surgery. Fertility specialists can help you get pregnant, including women with recurrent miscarriage, and look after you in early pregnancy, before transferring your care to an Ob/Gyn when you’re ready to graduate from our program!
How long should we try before seeing a Fertility doctor?
You may consult a fertility physician (Reproductive Endocrinologist or REI) any time if you have difficulty conceiving. You can try for up to a year if you are 34 or under, or for up to 6 months if you are 35-39. See a REI right away if you are 40 or over, if you have irregular cycles, if you have had a previous ectopic pregnancy, chlamydia or Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, if you have had endometriosis or ovarian surgery, or if your partner has known sperm issues.
How to Start Your Journey to Success
- Call us at (425) 646-4700 or toll-free at (800) 394-2402 to schedule a private consultation with one of our expert fertility doctors.
- Download and fill out the appropriate new patient paperwork. Please fill out the forms completely; if you have any questions as to which form is needed for your case feel free to contact us . The packet as well as all pertinent medical records must be received at least 72 hours prior to your appointment. Otherwise, your appointment is subject to cancellation and rescheduling.
- If you need to release medical records to ORH you can use this Records Release to ORH form. Note: records can take up to two weeks to be released so schedule your first visit accordingly.
Your first visit will take approximately 90 minutes. If you cannot keep this appointment, please call the scheduling desk at least 72 hours in advance so that another couple may be given your appointment time; failure to follow this policy may incur a $50 charge.
We appreciate your interest in our clinic and look forward to meeting you in person.
For Overlake Reproductive Health telephone numbers, address, office hours, and directions, please refer to the Contact Us web page.