You are Not Alone
Dr. Wolff started this practice because she has been both a doctor and a patient and knows first-hand how difficult it is to be a patient with infertility. Often, as a doctor, it isn’t feasible to explain all the technical aspects of IVF and “what ifs” that can happen during a one-hour appointment. A true understanding of the medical aspects of infertility requires 15 years of highly specialized education and experience.
Some patients have been through IVF in the past and have a deep understanding of the treatment. Other patients have almost none. Some patients don’t want to know all the “what ifs” and “whys” because it’s overwhelming or they simply just want to know what they have to do to get a baby in their arms. The medical and/or infertility vocabulary can be intimidating. Sometimes there are cultural or language challenges. Maybe a patient hasn’t had any friends or family that have undergone treatment, or maybe a gay couple is interacting with an OB/GYN system for the first time.
Dr. Wolff can help with all of these pain points to improve and optimize a patient and partner’s experience while undergoing IVF.