How was your experience with John Queenan at Strong Fertility Center (U of Rochester)?
Dr. Queenan is very knowledgeable. I trust him. However, he tends not to listen to his patents. For example, from the first appointment, I told him I thought I had implantation issues, because I had no problem of ovulation, and my cycle is very accurate. He did not listen to me, and suggested four cycles of IUI. They all failed. Then we went further with IVF, and before the procedure, they finally found I had polyps in my uterus. So my polyps were removed, and we had a successful pregnancy. I am not sure if they found the polyps at the first time, if we would still need IVF.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with John Queenan at Strong Fertility Center (U of Rochester)?
Dr. Queenan and the staff were quite friendly.
Describe your experience with the nursing staff.
They were nice and professional.
Describe your experience with Strong Fertility Center (U of Rochester).
They are very knowledgeable, and they care about their patients. However, I feel like sometimes they are too confident, and tend not to listen to their patients. I was a textbook case, so I had a success with their treatment. However, sometimes I wonder if they believed what I said (I told them I had implantation issues, and they did not believe), and fixed my implantation issues, if we still needed IVF which is stressful and painful.
Describe the costs associated with your care under John Queenan at Strong Fertility Center (U of Rochester).
We spent $4000 on PGS, and the insurance covered the other cost. We are lucky to have good insurance.
Describe John Queenan's approach to eSET (elective single embryo transfer) vs. multiple embryo transfer at Strong Fertility Center (U of Rochester).
Dr. Queenan highly recommended eSET. We did PGS, and transferred one single embryo. It was successful. I read some studies before eSET, and I believe this is the best option for us.