Patient Resources

Becoming a Patient

Becoming a Patient

The doctors and staff at University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine understand that the journey through infertility is not always easy. The decision to seek treatment is an important one, and we are dedicated to providing expert care to meet your individual needs.
Your First Appointment

Your First Appointment

Prepare for your first visit with CU Advanced Reproductive Medicine: fill out medical history, gynecologic condition, and lifestyle impacting fertility.
After Your First Fertility Consultation

After Your First Fertility Consultation

At University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine, we want to help make your fertility treatments and testing as efficient and hassle-free as possible. Before you leave your initial consultation, our fertility specialists will make sure you have personalized answers for treatment and the next steps.
Patient Forms

Patient Forms

Patients being seen for infertility or gynecological reasons should download and complete the following forms prior to your appointment at CU.
Fertility Injections: Tips & Training

Fertility Injections: Tips & Training

If fertility medication injections are a part of your treatment, read these injection tips & key points, then watch videos on how to inject your medication.
E-Newsletter Archive

E-Newsletter Archive

Subscribe to and read past issues of University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine's fertility and women's health e-newsletter.
Translation Services

Translation Services

CU Advanced Reproductive Medicine has translator services available for French, German, Italian and more for current and prospective fertility patients.
International Fertility Travel

International Fertility Travel

International patients seeking IVF, egg donation & surrogacy abroad can travel to the U.S. for the University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine's world-class infertility treatment.
RESOLVE & Other Online Resources

RESOLVE & Other Online Resources

Men & women experiencing infertility can sometimes feel alone, but millions of people are in the same situation. Here are online resources that can help.
Fertility Counseling

Fertility Counseling

Infertility can be stressful and affect your relationships. Our infertility-trained psychologists help you manage and cope with the challenges, while offering support.
Support Groups

Support Groups

Infertility can be an overwhelming and isolating experience. Sharing ideas and experiences with others who are also going through it can make it easier. Please come to a support group for female patients of the University of Colorado’s Advanced Reproductive Medicine practice.