Getting Started

Taking the first step

Without a doubt, dealing with infertility is not easy.

In fact – at times it can be stressful, confusing, and frustrating. And when it’s time to consider treatments, a lack of information can intensify any emotions you may already be feeling.

At NewLife Fertility Centre – our fertility doctors, nurses, and clinical team members all feel that it is crucial for you to possess as much information as possible during your first steps to treatment.

We believe that knowledge is power, and having access to educational resources and online advice will help you to make informed and confident decisions.

Below you will find valuable information and guidance that we hope will instill you with the facts, knowledge, and assurance to begin your journey to parenthood.

Start Your Journey

Why Can’t I Get Pregnant?

Infertility can feel isolating when you don’t understand its contributing factors. Here’s a chance to brush up on the basics!

Why Age Matters

Unfortunately, the “biological clock” is not just a myth. Learn what makes it “tick” and how you can make smart choices.

When To See A Fertility MD

Find out the specifics on how long you should try to get pregnant on your own before it’s time to see a fertility doctor.

My First Appointment

Learn more about what happens at your first fertility appointment and the questions to expect from your doctor.

My First Fertility Tests

Hear about the initial fertility tests that are an essential first step towards providing you with an accurate diagnosis.

Our Fertility Faq’s

Read the most frequently asked fertility questions (and our answers) that we receive from individuals and couples.

Infertility and Miscarriage

A missed pregnancy can be devastating and confusing. Our goal is to educate our patients and identify the biological reasons.

How To Boost My Chances

Whether you’ve just started trying or have been at it a while, get some basic advice that may boost your odds of conceiving.

Fertility Resources

Meet the organizations we work with who provide incredibly helpful resources and information to fertility patients.

Ask a Fertility Question

Need advice about your fertility? Don’t hesitate to call or email our Patient Liaison.