How was your experience with John Queenan at Strong Fertility Center (U of Rochester)?
He is knowledgeable and trustworthy. He is strong in his convictions related to fertility treatment but is open to hearing your thoughts and ideas. He has a calmness about him that benefits the clients he interacts with.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of John Queenan at Strong Fertility Center (U of Rochester)?
He will answer any question asked of him, just make sure you come with them ready to ask!
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with John Queenan at Strong Fertility Center (U of Rochester)?
He answered our questions as a doctor but also included his personal opinion when asked. He was responsive to our wants during our cycles as well.
Describe the protocols John Queenan used in your cycles at Strong Fertility Center (U of Rochester) and their degree of success.
With unexplained infertility, we went with very “classic” treatment approaches using the least amount of medication possible. Dr Q is very conservative with his use of medications.
Describe your experience with the nursing staff.
They are knowledgeable and efficient; however, they see so many individuals throughout the day they do seem rushed.
Describe your experience with Strong Fertility Center (U of Rochester).
The clinic is extremely efficient. The downside is they see so many patients in one day it can be easy to feel like a number. They always called when they said they would and returned my calls within a timely manner.
Describe the costs associated with your care under John Queenan at Strong Fertility Center (U of Rochester).
My IVF cycle package cost $6500 (one egg retrieval and two transfers). I spent an extra $4500 on PGS testing and $4000 on medications. I also spent $1500 on FET medications.
Describe John Queenan's approach to eSET (elective single embryo transfer) vs. multiple embryo transfer at Strong Fertility Center (U of Rochester).
He very, very strongly believes is eSET. He warned us about the risks of transferring more than one embryo on multiple occasions. We are thankful we only transferred one embryo, as our one embryo split and we are having identical twins.