Referral

Any gynecologist, physician and healthcare professionals who would like to refer a patient to Dr. Fay Weisberg at First Steps Fertility, must first fill out the patient referral form and fax it to 416-221-9020. When the form has been processed, at our office, the initial appointment time will be given to the referring physician’s office. Our office will call prior to the patients visit with Dr. Fay Weisberg with a reminder about the appointment.

Referring medical professionals should fill out this form and submit it to our office via fax at 416-221-9020. 

Our Services

Natural Cycle Monitoring

Natural Cycle Monitoring is the first stage in a patient's fertility care. You arrive at the clinic in the early morning for a Transvaal ultrasoun...

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Augment

AUGMENT℠ has the potential to improve egg health and embryo development which are factors that contribute to IVF success.

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Naturopathic Services

Dr. Irena Bergmann, ND is a Naturopathic Doctor and has been working at First Steps Fertility with Dr. Weisberg’s patients for over 3 years.

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Therapeutic Donor Insemination

Therapeutic Donor Insemination (TDI) is successful and viable pregnancy option for treating severe male factor

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Ovulation Induction

During a normal menstrual cycle, a woman's body usually only produces one mature follicle that results in the ovulation of a single oocyte or egg....

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In Vitro Fertilization

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is one of the most commonly known, and commonly used treatment methods to achieve pregnancy for those individuals sufferi...

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Egg Freezing

There are many reasons a woman may consider preserving her fertility options for the future, including a decline in fertility, as well as a result of ...

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Intrauterine Insemination

Three out of 10 cases of infertility can be attributed to the male partner, often as a result of immotile sperm, where sperm either do not swim well o...

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Single & Same Sex Couples

Three out of 10 cases of infertility can be attributed to the male partner, often as a result of immotile sperm, where sperm either do not swim well o...

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