Year after year, we are faced with patients who come to our offices and catch the flu during their treatments. The coronavirus is a disease that has very similar characteristics to seasonal flu.
First of all, we must differentiate between the recommendations given to the general population and individual cases.
The general population, therefore, does not see the need not to continue with their assisted reproduction treatment until it is completed.
However, in the particular cases of certain patients it will be necessary to study their characteristics, their needs, their environment, their vicissitudes and how we are going to approach them.
If the patient is undergoing treatment, the recommendation of Ginemed and the scientific societies is that the patient completes his treatment.
If the patient has not yet started treatment, the recommendation of the scientific communities is to postpone treatment. However, it is up to the doctor to study each individual case of the patient and see if the postponement can have a negative impact on the patient.
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