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17 January 2017

Is Your Fertility Nurse Your Best Friend

Is Your Fertility Nurse Your Best Friend
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Written by Dr. Neha Gupta
Going for iui treatment or ivf treatment. IUI and IVF centres are your fertility treatment companion so why choose best IUI and IVF centre for the treatment

Going for iui treatment or ivf treatment. IUI and IVF centres are your fertility treatment companion so why choose best IUI and IVF centre for the treatment

While finding the right doctor and clinic is key to your reproductive journey, your infertility nurse might just be your closest professional companion.

Your nurse is someone who will be at your side throughout the entire IUI treatment or IVF treatment process. She or he may often be a more accessible contact to answer your questions and talk you through next steps.

1. Provide helpful expertise to guide you through the process

Infertility nurses often have more time to walk you through your IUI treatment or IVF treatment and, in addition to your doctor, will serve as a resource for you throughout the entire experience. She or he will be present to explain your procedures and answer your questions.

2. Assist in scheduling appointments and testing

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Your infertility nurse will help you figure out timing around your menstrual cycle and help to keep your calendar organized as you navigate the many appointments and tests that come with IUI treatment or IVF treatment.

3. Teach you how to use your medicine

For many people, this is their first experience giving themselves injections, and the process can be intimidating. Your infertility nurse will introduce you to these various medicines and advice on how to regularly give yourself these medications at home.

4. Inform you about your test results

Your infertility nurse may be the individual who contacts you with updates about your test and procedure results and explains next steps based on your outcomes.

5. Assist with your procedures

Your infertility nurse will likely be present in the exam room, assisting with ultrasounds, semen and medication preparation, and with insemination procedures. Overall, your infertility nurse adds to your team, giving you one more valuable resource and perspective as you work through this process.

6. Keep you motivated with your treatment

Your nurse will keep you motivated with your IUI treatment or IVF treatment and not let your hopes die. She will play the role of a motivating factor so that you stay positive with your IUI treatment or IVF treatment. Staying positive is important while your IUI treatment or IVF treatment, so that negativity doesn't exist.

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7. Help you if you face any complications between your treatment

A nurse is the second person who is available once you start with your IVF treatment or IUI treatment. Firstly, a doctor who runs the procedure and secondly the nurse who help you with many things. You can ask for her support and advice if you face any problems or complications with your IUI treatment or IVF treatment. If the doctor is not available or not in reach then the nurse is the second person you can reach out to in an emergency. 

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3 Comments

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Erin Martin
Aug. 26, 2017, 4:29 p.m.
IVF treatment is a complex procedure.. you need to keep lot of patience with it.. in such case a nursing is the best option..
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Dhriti Chadha
Aug. 26, 2017, 4:31 p.m.
While going through IUI treatment.. a nurse can let you know everything step by step.. especially when your husband is busy and cannot spend time with you.
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Janvi Gupta
Aug. 26, 2017, 4:32 p.m.
Ivf is a complicated treatment where so many emotions are attached.. its good to have somebody whom we can rely on during our tough time.
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