Fertility Patient Education
For most people, learning about their own fertility issues is the first encounter they have with fertility treatment. Our blog provides regular updates on fertility issues, coping with fertility and educational posts about fertility treatments. Additionally, our orientation presentation linked below can help you to know what to expect during treatment. The glossary can also be helpful while learning commonly used fertility terms.
HOW TO TAKE YOUR FERTILITY MEDICATION
Please identify the specific fertility medication that has been prescribed for you. Click the link below to watch a video about how to prepare and administer your fertility medication. Your IVF success will be determined, in part, by your ability to properly take your medication. Please make sure you are taking it on time, the proper way, and with the proper dose. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact our office.
IVF PATIENT ORIENTATION
IOV.201 – The New Hope Fertility Center IVF Orientation
Please Watch the entire in vitro orientation video. After you have watched this, please click the thumbs up, so that we know you watched it. This orientation session covers a general overview of IVF as well as detailed steps of what to expect on this journey to parenthood.
When you are finished viewing, PLEASE CONTACT THE NURSING DEPARTMENT FOR ALL THE NECESSARY CONSENT FORMS that you will need to proceed.
IOV.202 – The New Hope Fertility genetic Screening Orientation
Please watch the entire orientation video closely. After you have watched this, please click the thumbs up, so that we know you watched the entire video. After viewing, please download and complete as many of the consent forms as possible PRIOR TO coming in to meet with your genetic counselor. If you are going to complete these forms outside of NHFC, you will need to have them notarized. This will speed up the process and identify any question you may have about the PGS/NGS process.
- LAB.101 – Genetic Screening Infographic – Information regarding genetic screening and next generation sequencing tests
- LAB.102 – Reprogenetics Consents – Consents for MULTIPLE SAMPLES to be batch tested (up to 8 samples each time, best for patients with 7 or more samples)
- LAB.103 – Genesis Consents – Consents for SINGLE SAMPLES to be tested, one by one
Completing forms prior to your office visit can reduce the amount of time you spend waiting to see your fertility doctor.
Note: You may submit the completed forms to the Front Desk on the day of your scheduled appointment.
|Forms: (Click Form Name to download)||Send Completed Forms to:|
|IOV.101 – Initial Office Visit (IOV) Packet
|IOV.102 – HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices
|IOV.103 – Electronic Consent Form
|IOV.104 – Pharmacy Card
|R1.101 – Outside Monitoring Request
|R1.102 – Authorization for Release of Protected Health Information
|R1.103 – Medical Records Release Authorization
New Hope Fertility Center is on the cutting edge of fertility care and is routinely seen as an industry leader. Members of the press can learn more information about New Hope by downloading the press kit below.
Please click here to download patient resources.
If you are seeking more information about fertility care, statistics, and education, there are many great resources on the internet. A few of them are listed below.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Yoga For Fertility
- Support Groups
- Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART)
- American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)
- International Council on Infertility Information Dissemination Inc (INCIID)
- RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association
- Society for Reproduction and Fertility (UK)
- Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society
- New York State Department of Health
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- National Institutes of Health
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- World Health Organization
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