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As you know, COVID-19 is an evolving, ever-changing global public health issue. Our local county health departments along with the Oregon Health Authority and the Washington State Department of Health are actively involved in monitoring, providing recommendations and issuing guidelines. We are also following all state and federal guidelines and recommendations put forth by American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). The latest guidance from ARSM calls for suspension of most fertility treatments at this time.
Frequently Asked Questions
Currently, little is known about the impact of COVID-19 coronavirus on reproduction and pregnancy. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) recently came out with recommendations on how fertility patients and providers should proceed with treatment.
Here are 7 common questions we have received from concerned patients.
What should patients do that are currently undergoing active fertility treatments?
What if I am in the middle of an IVF cycle?
What if you or someone in your family gets diagnosed with COVID-19 while you’re in the middle of a round of IVF or other fertility treatment?
Should patients move up their fertility treatment if they are worried about contracting COVID-19?
Can COVID-19 cause infertility in men or women?
If a patient gets pregnant, and then tests positive, would their baby be harmed by COVID-19?
Should egg donors and sperm donors continue to donate?
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In light of the COVID-19 global pandemic, we have transitioned all of our live in-person seminars, to webinars. Please tune in to learn more about growing your family through fertility treatment from the comfort of your own home.
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Check out some of these blog posts that may be helpful in preparing for or during your journey.