Featured in the RNE Magazine, 2022 Volume 1
By: Aaron K. Styer, MD, Board Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist and Medical Director, CCRM Boston
If your fertility journey has led you to in vitro fertilization (IVF), you are probably feeling a variety of diverse emotions including anxiety, excitement, fear, and/or ambivalence.
These emotions and feelings are very common and normal and can be escalated by the unfounded, unfair stigma placed on fertility treatments, especially IVF.
Uncertainty and fear of the unknown can make IVF an intimidating process. You are not the first and you will not be the last to feel this way.
One of the most important things for your IVF journey is to be familiar with every aspect of IVF and to feel empowered that you have prepared in every way to optimize your success. We want you to take the first step toward success by preparing for your future IVF cycle with this overview!