To (ironically) zoom out and look at the medical field as a whole: You see a urologist, they find something problematic with your bladder or kidneys. You see a haematologist and they’ll say you have a dodgy blood-cell count. You see a musculoskeletal doctor and they tell you your spine is curved or you have a slipped disc.
When we see specialists, they are particularly trained to study their area of expertise and diagnose accordingly. This is often a good thing, especially when you’re sure of your ailment or seeking specific treatment, such as assistance with conception.
And although medical experts are experts in their field (and we’re utterly grateful for that), you’re the expert of your body.
When it comes to our bodies, we’re all different so it’s a good idea to trust our instinct.