Effective and personalize fertility treatment is centered around the timing of a woman’s cycle. In order to get the timing right, monitoring is needed throughout the cycle. What happens when a woman is in the middle of a cycle and a winter storm hits? The New Hope Fertility Center fertility experts have all-encompassing strategies in place to address unexpected circumstances such as winter storms.
The fertility experts at New Hope Fertility Center take special precautions to prioritize patient care – especially during the winter season.
The number one thing that fertility patients should do to avoid disruption due to unexpected winter storms is to plan ahead. If you are using fertility medication as a part of your cycle, consider purchasing all of the medication at the beginning of your cycle. This can help to ensure you are not without your medication in the case of a winter storm.
Stay informed about local weather predictions throughout your fertility treatment. Typically, large winter storms are forecasted days ahead of time, allowing you the opportunity to plan. Things to consider include how you will store and administer medication in the event of a power outage. Think about traveling to and from the fertility center. Make arrangements with your local OBGYN to perform monitoring if his/her office is closer than traveling to the fertility center. If you normally drive, consider using public transportation which is often more reliable during winter storms.
Contact the Fertility Experts at New Hope Fertility Center if you’re struggling with infertility.
It is important to work with a fertility care team that understands which treatment methods are best for you, considering your specific medical issues. Personalized treatment plans offer the highest success rates and the best overall patient satisfaction.
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