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What Fertility Nurses Want You to Know

Getting information from fertility nurses

The fertility nurses in our office have a very important relationship with the patients who are trying to conceive.  Your nurse is your true point of contact at our office. They answer your questions and check your physical and emotional health.

The fertility process can be extremely overwhelming. We want you to know that we are here for you every step of the way.  The staff at Texas Fertility Center truly cares about you and the outcome of your treatment cycle.  We also feel the emotional impact of the negatives and positives of  your treatment.

Asking nurses questions

You should not be afraid to ask fertility nurses questions.  Chances are we have heard that question before. It is important that you ask questions so that you understand your treatment. If your nurse does not know the answer to your question, she will ask your physician and call you back.  Although the nurses receive many phone calls every day, you should always know that if you call us we will return your phone call by the end of the business day.  All of the staff stays until each and every phone call is returned.

It is important for patients to call our office with their questions instead of relying on research you do on the internet.  Although the internet provides an easy way to obtain information quickly, the information obtained from the internet needs to be read with caution.  While there are a large number of reputable websites, please contact your nurse to discuss information and validate any information or advice you get from the internet.

Fertility nurses and understanding treatment

It is also very important that you understand all of the treatment options that are being presented to you.  This will help you better communicate with your doctor and your nurse.  Ask as many questions as you can to familiarize yourself with the fertility treatment plan that is customized for your specific circumstances.  Understanding the time commitment for each treatment cycle is essential, and remember that there really is no “perfect time” to begin the process of starting your family.  Making sure that you will be able to make the time and space in your life is important and we will work with you to accommodate your schedule as much as possible.

The fertility nurses at Texas Fertility Center are here to help guide you through the process.  We are here to help answer questions, discuss your concerns, and most importantly, make this process as stress free as possible.  You can reach your clinical nurse at 512-451-0149 option 3 or your IVF nurse at 512-451-0149 option 4. You can also contact us.

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