If you are having trouble getting pregnant, what are some things you should consider before starting infertility treatment. We talk with Nancy Harrington, an infertility nurse for over 20 years and a senior specialist of clinical education at AllianceRx Walgreens Prime.[sws_blue_box box_size=”530″]
- How long should you try before you go to a doctor?
- When is the best time to have sex if you want to get pregnant?
- Should you see your gynecologist first?
- Are there some tests and treatments that can be done by your gynecologist?
- How to find a clinic?
- What are some reasons that people put off going to an infertility doctor (a reproductive endocrinologist)?
- Why should people get into fertility treatment sooner rather than later?
- Where should you seek help if your problem is repeated miscarriages rather than the inability to get pregnant?
- Why is it important to do a sperm analysis as one of the first tests?
- Will insurance cover my costs if I go to see an infertility doctor?
- What types of medications are used when treating infertility?
- What is the role of a specialty pharmacy?
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