For anyone dreaming of having a child, facing the realization that it will not happen naturally can be very emotional and heartbreaking. Everyday, patients are told that their best option to be able to have a child is undergoing in vitro fertilization. It can be daunting to face the reality of IVF. IVF can involve many doctor visits, multiple tests and medications, and invasive procedures. During this time, it is important for the patient to have a support network.
Family and friends are, of course, excellent sources of support for IVF patients. But having a support resource of others who have gone through similar experiences is invaluable. Within an IVF community, patients are able to ask questions about specific procedures or medications, to unload fears and frustrations, and to bond with others who have walked in their shoes.
Patients can now find that community at IVFPrescriptions.com. The company now offers a service for patient advocates to relate and interact with those new to IVF. Women who have gone through the IVF process can sync up newbies. IVFPrescriptions.com is also offering an incentive to women to be a part of their advocate service. The company is extending a $50.00 rebate to former and current IVFPrescriptions.com customers who are willing to call a new patient and relay their IVF experience.
Veterans who are interested in the $50.00 rebate can contact IVFPrescriptions.com for more information on connecting with new patients. And new patients with questions for others with IVF experience can also contact us for help with finding a patient advocate. You simply don’t have to go through IVF alone.