The RMANJ Team is dedicated to providing world-class infertility care, innovative procedures and personalized treatment to give couples struggling with infertility their best chance to have a healthy pregnancy and successful delivery. With nearly 300 caring and compassionate team members and 10 office locations, our physicians, nurses, financial counselors, and additional team members surround you with the widest scope of treatment options and choices in care. We are ready to address all of your questions and concerns.
The RMANJ Team approach offers individualized care that is dedicated to keeping your care feeling local and personal. Our entire team takes pride in offering the simple touches and conveniences to help you stay positive. Every patient is assigned a dedicated team of RMANJ professionals consisting of a doctor(s), nurse(s), and a financial coordinator to help guide you on your journey.
What To Expect
Prior To Your Fertility Consultation:
Before you can begin the treatment process, it’s important for us to get a sense of who you are and what you hope to achieve. While we still need your medical records, your consultation can also help us to shape your treatment plan based on your family planning, schedule, and preferences.
Speak with one of our patient liaisons to schedule a consultation at the office most convenient for you today. Call our patient liaison team at 973-656-2089 or complete the form below.
Female Infertility Consultations:
Your fertility doctor will likely begin by asking you some basic questions:
How long have you been trying to conceive?
Have you ever been pregnant before?
If you have received any kind of fertility treatments before, what were they, and what the outcome was?
Have you ever had any sexually transmitted diseases or major illnesses?
What is your family medical history?
What current medications are you taking?
Your doctor may also recommend that you take certain tests in-addition to having blood work done. Fertility blood work will test for infectious diseases, hormone levels, or genetic abnormalities.
You may also be asked to do a complete physical examination. An ultrasound, called a sonogram, may be required to give the fertility doctor a better understanding of your uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes and complete reproductive system.
Your fertility doctor will spend time with you to go over your specific fertility treatment plans in detail.
A follow-up infertility consultation may be required to go over the test results if they were not available during the earlier stages of the consultation.
Also, during your infertility consultation visit, you will have the opportunity to talk with RMANJ financial representatives and counselors. They will be able to answer your questions about cost, payment plans, insurance issues, and emotional well-being.
Male Infertility Consultations:
Your fertility doctor will likely begin by asking you some basic questions in regards to:
Your current health status
Medications that you are taking
Duration of infertility problem
Existing reproductive conditions like varicoceles, undescended testicles, and sexually transmitted diseases
A physical examination of your entire reproductive system may also be necessary
Your doctor may also require that you perform a blood test and recommend a semen analysis
Genetic testing and an ultrasound may also be necessary to get a good understanding of your infertility problem
Starting Monday, August 13th and continuing through Friday, August 24th, the Basking Ridge parking lots will be undergoing paving. Patients can park in any open spots directly in front of the building. We apologize for any inconvenience during this time.