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Frequently asked questions

Q : Where to do tests / examinations requested by your doctor?

A : You can do all the required tests quickly on site at the clinique ovo and the fees will be reimbursed by most insurance companies. You can also get your examinations in hospitals and at CLSC, and these will be covered by the RAMQ insurance card in Quebec.

Q : Can I produce my semen sample for analysis at home?

A : You can collect the sample at home in a sterile container and take it directly to our laboratory within one hour of production. The specimen should be kept at body temperature (close to the body).

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    clinique ovo montreal

    All services offered
    8000, boul. Décarie,
    Montreal Qc H4P 2S4

    ovo fertility
    office 100 & 200
    Business hours:
    Monday to Friday 7:30am to 4pm
    Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 8am to 2:30pm
    Call center schedule:
    Monday to Friday 7:30am to 5pm
    Saturday and Sunday: 8am to 12pm
    fertilite@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo elle
    bureau 600
    Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm
    elle@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo cryo
    Monday to Wed. 8am to 5pm
    Thursday 8am to 6pm
    Friday 8am to 5pm
    Saturday 9am to 3pm
    Appointments :
    Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm
    Thursday 9am to 4pm
    Saturday 9am to 2:30pm
    cryo@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo biosurance
    office 600
    Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm
    biosurance@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo labo
    office 600
    Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm
    labo@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo prenatal
    office 600
    Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm
    prenatal@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo r&d
    office 600
    Monday to Friday 7:15am to 5pm
    r-d@cliniqueovo.com

    clinique ovo rive-sud

    3141, boul. Taschereau,
    Greenfield Park Qc J4V 2H2

    ovo fertility – some services offered
    office 410
    Business hours:
    Monday to Friday 7:30am to 4pm
    Call center schedule:
    Monday to Friday 7:30am to 5pm
    Saturday and Sunday: 8am to 12pm
    fertilite@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo prenatal – some services offered
    office 420
    Monday to Friday 8 am to 4 pm
    prenatal@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo labo – some services offered
    office 420
    Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm
    labo@cliniqueovo.com

    clinique ovo quebec

    ovo prenatal – some services offered
    2600 Boul. Laurier, suite 295,
    Quebec Qc G1V 4T3

     

    Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm
    prenatal@cliniqueovo.com

    clinique ovo rive-nord

    ovo prenatal – Prenatal screening
    1000 Montée des Pionniers,
    Terrebonne QC J6V 1S8

     

    Monday to Thursday 9am to 3pm
    prenatal@cliniqueovo.com

    clinique Echo-medic

    Ovo prenatal – some services

    Laval
    1575, boul. de l’Avenir, suite 110,
    Laval Qc H7S 2N5
    t. 1.877.664.3246
    Monday to Thursday 7:30am to 4:30pm
    Friday 7:30am to 3pm
    Boisbriand
    20865, chemin de la Côte Nord, suite 201
    Boisbriand Qc J7E 4H5
    t. 1.877.664.3246
    Monday to Thursday 8 am to 4pm
    Friday 8am to 3pm

    Soins de santé du nord

    Ovo prenatal – some services

    Mont-Laurier
    742 rue de la Madone
    Mont-Laurier Qc J9L 1S9
    t. 819.440.2024
    On appointment
    Montreal and South-Shore: t. 514.798.2000
    Quebec: t. 418.425.0128
    f. 514.798.2001
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Q : Do I have to pay to see the doctor?

A : Consultations are covered by your RAMQ insurance card. Make sure to bring your medical records and your reference letter if you are referred by your doctor.

 

Q : Do I need a reference?

A : You do not need a medical reference. However, your doctor may have professional access to our site to send us a request online.

 

Q : Waiting period

A : The wait time for a first appointment is currently around 2 months, but it varies.

Q : Sperm and egg availability

A : We have a donor sperm bank Ovo cryo. We do not have an egg bank.

 

Q : What is the duration of an in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment?

A : Everything depends on the protocol that will be prescribed since each treatment is customized. However, most treatments begin on the first day of menstruation and take 4-6 weeks.

 

Q : What are the steps of in vitro fertilization (FIV) treatment?

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