How was your experience with Lisa Hansard at Texas Fertility Center?
Dr. Hansard was very knowledgeable and was up to date with the latest research. She has the perfect mix of bluntness and caring. She was always on time with appointments and made us feel like we were important.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Lisa Hansard at Texas Fertility Center?
If you want a positive experience for a stressful situation like off, go see Dr. Hansard.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Lisa Hansard at Texas Fertility Center?
We went to Dr. Hansard because we felt like our previous doctor acted more like a salesman. Dr. Hansard was professional and knowledgeable. Despite our low chance for success, Dr. Hansard and her staff were always positive. She offered us a Plan B in case our off cycle was not successful. Even though we did not get the result we hoped for, we felt like we received the best, most professional care. We are still planning to go through our Plan B and will go back to Dr. Hansard to see it through.
Describe the protocols Lisa Hansard used in your cycles at Texas Fertility Center and their degree of success.
My infertility was due to advanced maternal age. Dr. Hansard prescribed a more aggressive treatment cycle so I could produce an optimal number of eggs. My egg retrieval was more successful than what was anticipated.
Describe your experience with your nurse at Texas Fertility Center.
The nurse and nursing staff were always quick to respond to any questions. Everyone was professional and caring.
Describe your experience with Texas Fertility Center.
The clinic was very well organized. Big staff. Each person specializes in one aspect of the clinic. Everything ran smoothly and we were never left waiting. They have several clinics around town which is very convenient.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Lisa Hansard at Texas Fertility Center.
Total was about $19,000. This included genetic testing for embryo and medication.
Describe Lisa Hansard's approach to eSET (elective single embryo transfer) vs. multiple embryo transfer at Texas Fertility Center.
Dr. Hansard does not recommend multiple embryo transfer because it risky to health of babies and mother.