I went to Dr. Grunert because I was having difficulty getting pregnant, and he was recommended to me. However, I couldn't have been more disappointed. Dr. Grunert immediately put me on Clomid for a few months, each month trying IUI, which I thought was fine even though it didn't work. Each month that I didn't get pregnant, Dr. Grunert would tell me that I should seriously consider IVF, even though I explained to him repeatedly that I couldn't afford it (my insurance only covered IUI, not IVF) and that my family was religious and would have problems with my doing IVF. He did this even after my first IUI didn't work. After about 3 tries, he said my only other option was IVF. I then had to move to another city for work and went to another doctor. That doctor tried another drug, which actually has a much higher success rate than Clomid! Dr. Grunert didn't even mention that drug to me. The new doctor also thought I might have endomitriosis, and he was right. I got pregnant 2 months after fixing this problem. After going to a doctor who was willing to provide me with more options, I realized just how poor was the treatment that I received from Dr. Grunert. If you're having difficulty conceiving, I'd try someone else.