“In my journey, as a health care professional I have come across patients struggling with infertility, and I firmly believe that we also experience along with them the fears, the worry, and all of the complexities of assisted reproduction treatment. I was inspired to take you through a patient’s journey and allow you to feel what it may feel to walk in the patient’s shoes.”
I remember the first patient I ever got pregnant. She was a physician’s wife. They were so elated that they were finally going to have the family they had dreamed of. They were so appreciative, not only to me, but the miracle that allowed it to happen.
Alone in my office, I let out a small yelp. Then a loud “Yes!” Immediately, I had two nurses and one front desk staff at my door. They knew I wasn’t in distress; they knew it was good news…
Studies continue to support the use of gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonists to help reduce the toxic effects of chemotherapy.