How was your experience with Jessica Chan at Cedars-Sinai Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Center?
I'm very into my fertility treatment, so it's hard to give a full review at this point. But she has been very thorough so far in her testing and explaining to me all of the options available given my current health status. She's easily accessible and presents information in a clear manner.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Jessica Chan at Cedars-Sinai Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Center?
I've followed all of her medical advice thus far and am happy with the way my treatments are going! So I would say trust her, she has not steered me wrong.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Jessica Chan at Cedars-Sinai Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Center?
Dr. Chan is very relatable, and speaks to me like a friend.
Describe the protocols Jessica Chan used in your cycles at Cedars-Sinai Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Center and their degree of success.
I'm on my first month of Letrozole/trigger shot/timed intercourse. After my first round of Letrozole, I have 3 eggs ready to go! I have not had a period since going off birth control pills 16 months ago, and she believes I have mild PCOS. So far we are getting the results we are seeking, which is ovulation.
Describe your experience with the nursing staff at Cedars-Sinai Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Center.
Everyone has been very friendly. Almost all of my interaction has been directly with Dr. Chan, so I don't have too much to say on the nursing staff.
Describe your experience with Cedars-Sinai Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Center.
Cedars is such a large hospital, it has many specialists and chronology at its disposal. l like that it's a one-stop-shop, and the same hospital where I see my OB/GYN. Some may not like such a large organization, but I think that's simply a personal preference.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Jessica Chan at Cedars-Sinai Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Center.
My insurance covered all testing leading up to treatment, as I came into her office with a "medical" problem, of not having a period. The medication she prescribed has been about $250/month and $50 copay for ultrasounds.
Describe Jessica Chan's approach to eSET (elective single embryo transfer) vs. multiple embryo transfer at Cedars-Sinai Fertility and Reproductive Medicine Center.