At SRM, we appreciate your referrals and look forward to working with your patients to address their reproductive care needs. We believe in a collaborative approach, and your patients will benefit from the collective experience of our provider team. We are always here for questions, and please feel free to contact us directly.
Nancy Klein, MD
When to refer
Hysterosalpingram to assess tubal patency
Blocked fallopian tubes
Donor sperm insemination
Family history of genetic diseases or those that are found to be at risk of having a child with a genetic disease through carrier screening
History of cancer treatment
Nutrition & Wellness for PCOS health and fertility optimization
Female age 38 or older
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
Inability to conceive within 6-12 months of discontinuing contraception
Ovulation problems such as polycystic ovarian syndrome, (PCOS) treated with 3 to 6 months of ovulation induction without conception
Significant male factor – sperm concentration less than 10 million per ml, or motility less than 40%
Abnormal ovarian reserve tests, such as elevated day 3 FSH level or AMH less than one
Moderate or severe endometriosis
SRM CME Activities
Seattle Reproductive Medicine is an accredited provider of physician continuing medical education. We fully comply with all Standards and Criteria in the development of our CME activities.
If you’d like to stay up to date of our upcoming CME activity opportunities, please let us know.
SRM CME Learning Center
Earn online CME credits through SRM’s new CME Learning Center. Learn about reproductive endocrinology treatments, technologies and wellness from industry experts.
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