Overcoming Negativity - Why A Positive Outlook Can Change Your Path To Fertility
Fertility Treatment: Which Path Do You Choose?
Many infertility blogs and articles focus on the anguish and heartache associated with having to begin fertility treatment. Though some patients are pained to walk through our doors, others feel quite the opposite. They don’t have to be in fertility treatment, they want to be in treatment because they know this is the way they will achieve their dreams of parenthood. They are eager to turn the page on a new chapter in their lives regardless of what led them to schedule a new patient consultation.
The doctors and support team at RMACT will share in your pain, and we will also share in your joy. Our plethora of support services such as Ladies Night In, Fertile Yoga, and Fertility Counseling with our licensed social workers,( RMACT’s IFW- Integrated Fertility & Wellness Program also includes Fertility Acupuncturists and Nutritionists) exist to comfort and support you while in treatment, not to overwhelm you. Some people may feel like they need to prepare for their “fertility journey,” which implies that there is a long, rocky road ahead of them. This is not always the case! Many patients begin fertility treatment with hope and excitement, and many will achieve pregnancy during their first treatment cycle.
The RMACT family is ready to care for you with your family building dreams whether you are approaching your initial consultation with sadness or excitement.
About Kate Doyle
As RMACT’s New Patient Liaison, Kate Doyle is the first person who speaks with patients before they schedule their initial appointment. Kate recently started contributing to RMACT’s blog, PathToFertility.com. In “Kate’s Corner” she shares her perspective on topics that interest new patients. This glimpse into fertility treatment gives readers a candid knowledge and insightful tips. Kate started at RMACT as a Patient Navigator in January 2013, which is when she learned that she enjoyed guiding patients through the ups and downs of treatment. Her current position enables her to work with patients at the onset of treatment when they need help bringing their limited understanding of infertility into focus.