Counselling has a very important role to play when it comes to treating infertility. The couples are offered counselling sessions during the treatment process. This helps to evoke a transparency between the doctor and the patient. Apparently, the doctor has all his ears towards the patient’s problems and then comes up with solutions. The couple is made aware about their problems and the solutions at hand that could be made available.
Infertility Counselling is important before a donor program or surrogacy
A proper infertility counselling session becomes all the more important if you are going for a donor program or surrogacy. Things become a bit complicated when it comes to using frozen or donated eggs, sperms or embryos. You might have a lot of questions brewing in your brain that needs to be answered. An infertility counselling session provides you with a platform to have all your queries solved before taking the final step. Here you know, what can be the outcome of the process you are deciding on, how it is going to affect your family, friends and peer and how is law involved with it.
Replacing Misconceptions with Positivity
Infertility is an issue that is not something to be discussed often, especially in India. This is basically due to a lot of taboos still associated with infertility and assisted reproductive techniques. This often fails to provide you with the chance of exploring your feeling or the sensitive issues that are bothering you. You tend to build a wall around you and feel secured being unsocial. This often gives birth to misconceptions. Having straight forward discussions will not only ease out things but also allow you to look forward to a plenty of positive options that went unnoticed. Apart from this, talking to an expert perks up your confidence; you walk out as a completely changed person with a more positive outlook. All that you discuss with your doctor is confidential unless there are exceptional circumstances.
Therapeutic infertility counselling with a supportive aspect
Every counselling session has a therapeutic aspect. It brings down your depression and anxiety that often arises from social pressures, bad memories or troubled relationships relating to infertility issues. These sessions work as a soothing therapy on even the most agitated mind feeling suicidal.
Who can be the best counsellors?
If you are looking for infertility counselling, the fertility specialists can be the best counsellors. You may go for independent psychological counsellors but they cannot meet your infertility queries to the level of satisfaction. An infertility expert, who has a lot of experience in the field and has treated patients having similar or even worst conditions, can only answer your questions. Asking a psychological counsellor “Why cannot I get pregnant?” or “Why I have a low sperm count?” will never fetch you a great answer. However, a psychological counsellor can obviously work in association with your fertility expert in managing the psychological side of the infertility counselling. But if you are trying to find the answers to your infertility issues, it is better to ask your fertility specialist.