"Graeme is one of the most knowledgeable, reliable and empathic clinicians I have known. His practice is evidence based and patient centred, and he is the 'go to' person for difficult clinical cases." WL (UNSW)
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If you have been trying to conceive for six months or more, you may wish to seek medical advice from a fertility specialist. If your GP suspects ovulation may be an issue, you should also look for a fertility expert who understand the range of treatments available for ovulation problems.
Making your first appointment
You will need a referral from your GP. If you are seeing Associate Professor Hughes as a couple, you will need two referrals, one each.
Results of any previous blood tests, semen analysis, genetic tests or other relevant medical information.
During your initial consultation, Associate Professor Hughes will ask you many questions to get a good understanding of your medical history and may also conduct a physical exam. His nursing staff will arrange the relevant fertility tests, if you haven’t had these recently.
Working with his clinic team, Associate Professor Hughes will then develop a treatment program that takes into account your age and urgency, as well as the causes of infertility found during diagnosis. Typically it will begin with the least invasive treatment option, and work towards the more advanced treatments if necessary.
To make an appointment please contact me.