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Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

Make an appointment Call (352) 265-2229 Online appointments Schedule
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At UF Health Reproductive Medicine we are passionate about helping our patients achieve their dreams. As the only comprehensive clinic of its kind in North Central Florida, UF Health's dedicated team of experts provides individualized care and treatment plans all in one place to meet your needs and make your dreams a reality. Through modern reproductive medicine and advances in technology, we can help couples and individuals overcome any barrier and be there with them every step of the way. Call or click to use the form below and schedule an appointment today.

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What is the process of coming into the reproductive medicine clinic?

At UF Health, our experts are there to walk patients through every step of solving issues with fertility — from discovering reproductive challenges to consultation, treatment courses and, ultimately, success.

UF Health reproductive endocrinology and infertility doctor and patient

Who should see an infertility specialist?

People should seek the help of a fertility specialist based on their age and the length of time they have been attempting to become pregnant. For those under age 35, infertility is defined as the inability to become pregnant after one year of trying to conceive. If you are over 35, it is reasonable to consult a reproductive endocrinologist after six months of attempting to become pregnant. Many physicians recommend that individuals over 40 years old seek the advice of an infertility specialist as soon as they begin trying to conceive.

Making an appointment with a UF Health fertility specialist

At UF Health, patients do not need to be referred to a reproductive specialist to obtain an appointment. Couples and individuals can simply call (352) 265-2229 or fill out our online appointment form to schedule a consultation.

Evaluation and treatment options

UF Health offers multifaceted and multispecialty services to ensure all aspects of infertility and associated conditions can be analyzed. For couples, both individuals should be seen and scheduled for a work up simultaneously. This helps determine whether both or just one partner is experiencing fertility issues. Unlike many fertility clinics, UF Health has both female and male reproductive specialists, as well as testing, labs and procedure rooms all under one roof, so there is no need to go multiple places to receive treatment.

For women, there are normally three initial tests based on menstrual cycles that are conducted to determine fertility status:

  • A tubal X-ray test
  • Egg quality test
  • A test to ensure ovulation is occurring

A male evaluation usually involves:

  • A patient history and physical
  • Bloodwork
  • Semen analysis

Within one menstrual cycle, an entire workup can be completed for a couple, which will then determine the course of treatment.

Treatments for infertility can be as simple as diet and lifestyle change. Other cases may require medications or surgeries. UF Health’s reproductive medicine program offers a multidisciplinary approach that leverages the expertise of reproductive endocrinologists, clinical psychology infertility specialists and reproductive urologists, among experts from other disciplines. The entire practice is centralized in our convenient Springhill location in Gainesville to best fit the individual needs of patients.

UF Health Reproductive Medicine welcomes all individuals regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and age.

Call for appointment (352) 265-2229 Online appointments Schedule
Florida Blue Distinction Center Fertility badge

UF Health Reproductive Medicine has been recognized by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association with the Blue Distinction Centers for Fertility Care designation. The honor is for those who show expertise in delivering improved patient safety and better health outcomes based on objective measures that were developed with input from leading accreditation and quality organizations.

Our experts

  • Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertility Specialist)
    Languages: French
    Kevin J Campbell
  • Joseph M Kramer, PhD, HCLD
    Obstetrician / Gynecologist (OBGYN), Women's Health Specialist
    Joseph M Kramer
  • Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertility Specialist)
    Alice S Rhoton-Vlasak
  • Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertility Specialist)

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Appointment request for UF Health Reproductive Medicine

Please fill out the form below to request an appointment with Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. For appointments not related to infertility treatment, please call (352) 265-8200.

* Note: Certain fertility treatments are now covered by private insurance. However, we do not currently accept Medicaid for fertility treatment.

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