Usually, patients arrive at the first assisted reproduction visit very nervous and with many doubts. This nervousness causes them to block and forget the specialist's recommendations and guidelines.
The most important thing during the first visit is to have a positive attitude and full confidence in the team of professionals who will carry out the diagnosis and treatment. It is always advisable to write down your doubts on a piece of paper beforehand so that you can leave the consultation with everything clear. In addition, most assisted reproduction centres advise you to bring all the reports and tests previously carried out in order to obtain a more complete medical history.