Fertility Treatment Toronto

First Steps Fertility Clinic

To get started with us, your physician should complete and forward a referral form to our office (ours or one of your own). We will then set an appointment which will be sent to your physician and relayed back to you.)

HELLO and welcome tofirst steps fertility clinic

A New Approach...

Throughout the ages, infertility has been described as one year trying to conceive without the use of contraception. Many physicians will actually not refer patients to see a Toronto infertility clinic or an infertility doctor until that year has passed. I think, that in 2019 a new approach needs to be taken and that there are certain conditions and certain times when a woman should actually seek help for fertility long before that year is up. 

GET INFORMED

When to See a Toronto Fertility Doctor:

Under 35 and have been unable to conceive after 1 year of unprotected intercourse

Over 35 and have been unable to get pregnant after 6 months of unprotected intercourse

If you have experienced reproductive health conditions such as large fibroids or endometriosis, ovulatory dysfunction, two or more miscarriages, pelvic / genital infections, tubal ligation, tubal surgery, blocked tubs, or more.

There are combination of factors that affect both men and women such as cancer, HIV, Hepatitis B or C, or a genetic condition.

Fertility Options

CLICK BELOW TO LEARN ABOUT HOW FIRST STEPS FERTILITY CLINIC CAN HELP YOU

Cycle Monitoring

During this visit we can often clarify your concerns and guide you through your cycle.

Naturopathic Services

Naturopathic Medical consultations are covered by many extended health care benefit plans.

Therapeutic Donor Insemination

First Steps Fertility Clinic accepts donor sperm from regulated and highly reputable sperm banks.

Ovulation Induction

We will guide you in the right direction to choose which option is right for you. Read more about the options here.

In Vitro Fertilization

IVF is one of the most commonly known and commonly used treatment methods to achieve pregnancy.

Egg Freezing

Egg freezing is a scientific process that preserves a woman’s mature eggs for use at a later date.

Intrauterine Insemination

IUI has been proven to offset mild male factor infertility, and has been shown to improve the chance of pregnancy in unexplained cases.

Single & Same Sex Couples

Female or male, married or single, gay or straight, our team takes pride in providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all.

Did You Know?

"Roughly 16% (or 1 in 6) couples in Canada experience infertility."

This number has doubled since the 1980s. - Statistics Canada

If you feel like you are one of the 16%, please click below for a Referral form to bring to your Doctor.

Frequently Asked Questions

Take a look below at some of the most Frequently Asked Questions about Fertility!

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STOP THE SPREAD OF COVID-19

We know this time period has been difficult for our patients whose fertility journey has been paused. We are working diligently towards starting up again!

We are making plans for resuming Fertility Care starting from mid to late May 2020! This includes: IUI, IVF and FET cycles, sonohysterograms and regular monitoring.

Consultations for new patients and follow-up appointments will continue via phone and telemedicine for now to keep traffic in the office at a minimum.

We are working very hard behind the scenes, reviewing current worldwide and local Public Health guidelines. The fertility clinic directors across the country are discussing how to resume care safely. Our staff is 100 percent dedicated to resuming our outstanding fertility care! We have updated our processes and protocols to ensure optimal safety for our patients and staff to stay healthy!

Please contact the office or email us at RECEPTION@FIRSTSTEPSFERTILITYCLINIC.COM