You are going to have to decide whether you tell people about your infertility and treatment or you don’t tell them at all. Some people don’t want anyone to know and others are happy to have it all out in the open and tell everyone. Some people choose to confide in just a few close friends and family. Continue reading Who should and shouldn’t you tell about your fertility treatment?
Some women manage to work throughout their IVF treatment, but others take some time off, reduce their working hours or even give up work for a while. The two main factors affecting this are your employer and your clinic. Continue reading How to combine work and your fertility treatments
Before you start your treatment there will be some paperwork to read and complete before you start your treatment cycle. This ensures you have understood the treatment you are being offered, and that you have given your consent. Continue reading Overview of starting your fertility treatment including medication and injections
Before you start your treatment there may be several tests and checks to have done first. You may be surprised that there are more tests at this late stage and you may feel that this is another hurdle that will slow things down, but it ensures the medical team have all the information they need before you start treatment. Continue reading Tests you will have done before you start fertility treatment
Your first appointment at the fertility clinic is usually with a member of the medical team, a consultant or doctor, but sometimes a nurse. The goal of this appointment is to make sure the clinic staff are aware of your situation in order to work out the best way to proceed with treatment. Continue reading Find out what happens at your first fertility appointment