An IVF cycle can be difficult to go through because of all
the fear and anxiety which every IVF patient has.
The biggest worry is the unpredictability of the outcome -
will the cycle will work or not ?
They are also burdened with many myths and misconceptions ,
based on secondhand information , or old wives' tales they have read about .
They are worried about the risks of IVF and its complications such as the need
for bedrest ; or that it's painful.
The best way to reduce this anxiety and fear is by making
sure that patients spend some time in informing themselves about the medical
details of the IVF process.
In a perfect world, there would be counselors who would
educate patients , and doctors would spend as much time as the patient needed,
to clear their doubts. However, that's not going to happen, and patients need
to be proactive and figure out how to separate the truth from the myths for
The more they know, the more in control of their cycle
In fact, they'll be able to look forward to what's
happening , because they'll be able to anticipate and predict what the next
steps are. Seeing the photos of your embryos can give you a high, if you are
awaiting this major event !
This is why patients need to invest in Information Therapy,
so they know what hurdles they need to overcome in their IVF cycle, to be able
to get a baby. Being prepared can help them cross these with much less angst !
What to find an IVF clinic which respects your time and