5 New Real Patients IVF Testimonials

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Finally, We, as health providers, decided to write about a patient who wanted to undergo IVF in Iran and connect to us to manage their workflow in Iran during infertility treatment.
We face a lot of challenges and feel the issues ourselves, so if you know about them, you will be able to handle them better and make the job easier for us as well as you.
In this journey, you will hear the most common concerns and issues from our five actual patients who came to Iran and got help from IranHealthagency.
Let’s start with their typical concerns:

Concerns and problems of IVF patients:

One of the problems and concerns of the clients who travel to Iran for infertility treatment and contact our center is the restrictions and religious boundaries for using different types of infertility treatments, especially donated sperm and egg donation. Of course, this boundary differs from country to country and culture to culture.

Client journey and Patients IVF Testimonials:

Client 1: 

One of our clients, Muhammad from Saudi Arabia, showed strong resistance to using the method suggested by the doctor. Mohammad called me before traveling to Iran, and we explained to him all the stages and processes of IVF, the possibilities, and the percentage of success. However, during the conversation, what caught our attention was the stress and uncertainty of the result.

Muhammad and his wife have tried IVF five times in several different countries. Still, each time, due to Muhammad’s stubbornness and resistance in not using the new fertility method called embryo donation, it was not successful, and in addition to the damage and financial loss. When they visited Iran and went with them, they became calmer and more hopeful because of the assurance and support they had given them. Still, as soon as the doctor recommended only the final way, called donated embryos, Mohammad opposed the doctor’s view then they stopped the process of doing IVF and went back to their country empty-handed.

Client 2: 

One of the kind people who came to our center was a 46-year-old lady from Oman. Before traveling to Iran, this lady had excellent communication with me and shared her real problems and concerns about being deprived of being a mother. She was worried about being blamed by his wife for making an egg donation. Finally, We could convince her in a completely logical way that this was not a big problem, and by making an egg donation, she could realize her fifteen-year-old dream of becoming a mother.

This Oman Welady traveled to Iran after a month of talking to me, and she did all the steps of the egg donation treatment step by step with patience and the hope of achieving her wish; fortunately, after two weeks and taking a pregnancy test, the result was her test was declared positive.  We wish this dear client from Oman health and success.

Client 3: 

One of our sweet and, at the same time, charming customers is a very young lady from Bahrain. Unfortunately, this 23-year-old woman has fragile and incompetent eggs. Despite their very young age, she was so polite and well-mannered, and whenever a question arose for them, or they had doubts about the success rate of the treatment process, they first apologized and then asked questions.

They agreed to do the egg donation procedure, but because of financial problems, they postponed their trip to Iran until the fifth month. When we asked them if they had contacted other centers, She told me that Our husband had contacted them. Still, we prefer your center over other centers because of your excellent and sincere treatment, and we sincerely thank you for your support and fantastic treatment.

 Another of our clients was from Denmark. Sir, they had a sperm problem – during his contact with me, We noticed his doubt and lack of trust in infertility centers. He shared with me the fixed date for their trip to Iran, but without Our knowledge, he traveled to Iran and went to another center.  He concocted with me again due to the inappropriate behavior of the center, translator, and hospital staff, and so they had to stop their treatment in that center.

Client 4:

Another client from Iraq contacted me to perform surrogacy – his main concern was the credibility of the center and all-around support. The cost of treatment was not vital to them. It was essential to treat and support them from the beginning of the treatment until the birth of the baby, which luckily won their trust, and after Ramadan, they traveled to Iran to start the treatment and sign the contract.

Client 5: 

We have another extraordinary and strict client from Bahrain for surrogacy. He just wanted a written and documented answer to every question; despite confirming all the statements of the center and the hospital, he was not easily satisfied, and luckily, we could convince him.

The pain point

One of the big problems that We noticed Our patient challenged was that he couldn’t tolerate staying a long time in another country for treatment.

There were a few concerns of financial patients, which were solved through two-step payment.

We suppose One of the significant concerns of infertility patients is stress and nervousness, which transfer to them through their parents and relatives, and additionally the fear of being blamed and not accepted by family and parents.

Analyzing the Behavior of Our Patients: Lessons for Future Patients

Reviewing the five New Real Patients IVF Testimonials, we see trends and worries that can help other people who are thinking about getting IVF treatment in Iran.

Lesson 1: Being open-minded and flexible

Muhammad’s story shows how important it is to be open to different kinds of care. But we also know that some patients may have good reasons to be worried or religious or cultural views that might not allow certain medical treatments. In these situations, it’s important for doctors to:

  • accept patient autonomy: Doctors should accept their patients’ choices and autonomy, even if those choices aren’t in line with what they think is best for them.
  • Look at other choices: Doctors should help their patients look at other treatment options that might fit better with their beliefs or values.
  • Inform and educate: Doctors should tell their patients about the risks and benefits of each treatment choice while also supporting their right to make their own decisions.

By putting the patient first, doctors can find a balance between being flexible and open-minded and supporting the patient’s right to choose and their cultural or religious views.

Although it may cost a lot, being open to all options can be worth it in the long run. To lessen this effect, medical centers and doctors can:

  • Show clear cost estimates: Doctors should clearly show their patients the cost of different treatment options.
  • Provide financial advice: Medical centers can help customers understand the prices and look into ways to get financial help by providing financial advice.
  • Set priorities for treatment options: Doctors can help people prioritize their treatment choices based on their medical needs and budget.

Being aware of their patients’ money worries can help doctors help them make choices that meet both their medical needs and their budget.

Lesson 2: How to Communicate Well

The Oman lady’s story shows how important it is to communicate clearly. She felt better about egg donation after being given reasonable reasons and encouragement. Patients in the future should feel free to talk about their worries and ask questions to clear up any confusion.

Lesson 3: Making a budget

The story of the young woman from Bahrain shows how important it is to plan your finances. Her care was put off because of a lack of money. Patients in the future should think about how much it will cost and make plans properly to avoid delays.

Lesson 4: Who You Can Trust and Why

The Danish patient’s story shows how important it is to study and ensure that infertility centers are real. Patients should also carefully examine and compare schools before making a choice.

Lesson 5: All-Around Support: 

The Iraqi patient’s worry about all-around support shows how important it is to treat the whole person. People who are thinking about getting treatment should look for places that offer help from the start of treatment until the baby is born.

Painful spots

The experiences of our patients also showed us typical pain points that can be fixed:

Staying in another country for a long time: Patients should plan ahead for the chance of having to stay in Iran for a long time.

Concerns about money: 

Centers can help ease financial stress by providing open payment choices.

Infertile couples should be aware of the mental toll IVF treatment can take on them and get help from family, friends, or therapy services. Hopefully, patients in the future can better prepare for their IVF journey in Iran and improve their chances of success by learning these lessons and pain points.

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