333 S Arroyo Pkwy, Pasadena, California, 91105-2515
Dr. John Wilcox is a Reproductive Endocrinologist located in Pasadena, California. They've been operating since 2006 and have received reviews from 37 patients. They are currently a part of the HRC Fertility clinic team, and attended medical school at USC.
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Dr. John Wilcox was always available to answer questions. He suggested we pursue surrogacy after testing my egg quality, and recommended an assisted reproductive technology lab after further testing my husband. He was one of the few doctors who took the time to understand my progress and my concerns.
Dr. Wilcox is an aggressive fertility specialist. He is quick to suggest aggressive treatments like ICSI, which are not necessary in all cases. He has little patience and is not an advocate for his patients. I would not recommend him.
Dr. Wilcox was very upfront and honest with us about his personal success rate. He was clear about the fact that the process would not be easy or guaranteed to succeed. We appreciate his level of transparency.
"Dr. Wilcox and his staff are incredibly thoughtful and considerate, and are always happy to answer questions or concerns. He was incredibly responsive to my needs and treated me like an individual. The staff were all incredibly flexible with my hectic schedule, and I always felt well cared for
"Dr. Wilcox was not empathetic at all. We asked that he call us if our cycle failed and he never did. He only gave us a 10% chance of a 0% chance of success. We were devastated with no chance of any support."
"Dr W was very confident and knowledgeable regarding fertility treatments. He had high success rates for patients and was well-respected by his patients and peers. Although I always felt like a number to him, I believe that he has an excellent reputation in the fertility world. I am confident that I