Ways/Tools to find out why a page is slow

I have a page that calls a stored proc and displays data in a listview. The stored proc brings back 6 rows. The page seems to be loading slow. How can I profile the page to see why
it's being slow? are there tools out there I can use? I have Resharper on my laptop. The stored proc doenst take that long...about a second or less.

Any ideas?
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Vel EousResearch & Development ManagerCommented:
Would the Stopwatch class be of use to you in this scenario?  Time the round-trip of your call and the "splits" between (time from; front -> back end, start of method -> method completion, method return -> front end, rendering)?
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CamilliaAuthor Commented:
didnt know about the stopwatch class. Let me look into that. No tools to just profile a page?
thanks.
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