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Dr. Kaajal Abrol, MD, FRCSC, REI

Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Specialist (REI)

Dr. Kaajal Abrol received her Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology from McGill University. She then completed medical school at McMaster University, residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Toronto, and a fellowship in Gynecologic Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (GREI) at the University of Toronto. Dr. Abrol is certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in both Obstetrics and Gynecology and in Gynecologic Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility.

Dr. Abrol is committed to providing compassionate care and education to patients. She values evidence-based medicine in her clinical practice, to help her patients achieve their goals of building and growing their families, now or in the future.

Dr. Abrol regularly presents on a variety of topics related to fertility treatment and fertility preservation, both within the medical community and through community outreach and social media. Dr. Abrol aims to educate patients, partners, and the public on fertility, and de-stigmatize infertility. Dr. Abrol is passionate about increasing knowledge and awareness about reproductive health, to empower people to make informed decisions about their own fertility.

Why I chose fertility medicine

Video transcript for "Why I chose fertility medicine"

Text on screen: Dr. Kaajal Abrol, MD, FRCSC, REI

Dr. Kaajal Abrol: So when I was a medical student, I always though I wanted to be a pediatrician and work with young kids. I did my pediatrics clinical rotation and loved it, but then did my OB-GYN rotation and really loved it. I loved working with women and treating women, I loved the variety of the job, one day it was delivering babies, the next day you were in the operating room, the day after that you were in the office talking about contraception, so it was a lot of variety, and I loved the area of women caring for women and treating women, so that’s what lead me to OBGYN. And in my first year of obstetrics and gynecology residency, I started to read about fertility and infertility and all the hormone pathways and really got interested in it. It’s something that really made sense and was fascinating. And then I did a clinical rotation and an elective in it, had a great mentor and could really see myself doing this. I think it is such a privilege and a unique and special job to be able to help a couple have a baby and start a family or grow their family.