Cycle monitoring plays a key role in fertility diagnosis and treatment. Typically, it involves a series of visits for blood tests and ultrasounds. These tests give your doctor important insights into your cycle, such as hormone levels, egg development and ovulation, and the thickness of your uterine lining.
At Pollin, we don’t just see you as a number. We recognize that cycle monitoring can be physically and emotionally taxing. Regular clinic visits, blood tests, and the anticipation of results might feel overwhelming. We acknowledge these challenges and have reimagined our cycle monitoring pathway with you in mind.
At Pollin, we don’t just provide treatments, we offer an experience that respects your emotions, values your comfort, and upholds your dignity.
Cycle Monitoring uses a series of transvaginal ultrasounds and hormonal blood tests to determine your hormone levels, egg development and ovulation, and the thickness of your uterine lining.
Cycle monitoring enhances the chances of successful conception by allowing precise tracking of the menstrual cycle and hormonal changes that occur. This assists your physician in creating a personalized treatment plan, including medication management and timing for procedures.
Yes, your cycle monitoring fees are covered by OHIP. If you do not have OHIP coverage, you may have other insurance coverage options. A member of your Pollin care team will be able to go over all fees included in your plan and help you navigate affording care.
Procedures during Cycle Monitoring are generally safe with minimal risks for most patients. You may experience slight discomfort during blood tests or ultrasounds. Our experienced Nurse and Ultrasound Technician teams are dedicated to ensuring your comfort and addressing any concerns that may arise throughout the process.