Psychological support

Accepting a diagnosis of infertility can have a stressful impact and a crisis in one’s life. It leads to a rethinking of expectations and a number of decisions, such as the approach to fertility treatment.

Couples can show significant emotional distress, which can be exacerbated either during different phases of fertility treatments or by treatment failures.

Emotional distress, stress, anxiety and significant suffering can be a negative influence on treatments. Therefore, psychological intervention to help maintain an emotional balance can help improve the chances of achieving a pregnancy, but above all help the couple adapt better.