For everyone whose fertility treatment plan is impacted by the COVID-19 restrictions, you’ll want to know about this webinar on Wednesday night. It’s run by a panel of Fertility NZ board advisors, including our laboratory manager, Lana Hawkey.
The NZ Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience have kindly allowed us to share this overview of practical strategies for coping with the impact of COVID-19 in our lives. It is not specifically fertility related, but our counselling team felt that the tips in here were helpful and relevant. Click here to open the PDF.
No doubt you are aware of the announcement this afternoon by the Prime Minister of the Covid-19 alert change to Level 3 this afternoon and Level 4 Wednesday evening. This is uncharted territory for us all and I know this will be a very stressful time for our clients, especially where there are concerns about delays. I can update you on our response to the escalation in the plan to combat this global pandemic.
Due to the recent COVID-19 (also known as coronavirus) outbreak we are taking precautions around client appointments and treatment, and we may ask a few extra questions as we book treatments and consultations.
As the safety of our clients and staff is number one priority, we will be postponing tomorrow’s event. We will be rescheduling, so please watch this space! Thank you for your understanding.
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Venue: Repromed Clinic, 105 Remuera Rd.
Date: Wednesday 18th March, 2020
Register: Email Helen at Repromed to register, as numbers will be limited.
We know that going through fertility uncertainty and treatment can be a difficult and emotionally challenging time. This free seminar will provide you with valuable resilience skills to support you through the highs and lows of the fertility journey.
Learn the skills to:
✓ Respond to anxiety and stress with self-kindness
✓ Motivate yourself through kindness rather than self-criticism
✓ Handle difficult situations and emotions with greater ease
✓ Create a greater personal sense of peace
The recent outbreak of measles is continuing with an increase of cases in Auckland. The Ministry of Health recommends that people born between 1969 and 1990 have an MMR booster as they probably only received one MMR vaccination instead of two when they were children. Measles symptoms include a respiratory-type of illness with dry cough, runny nose and headache. Temperatures can be over 38.5C and people feel very unwell. A red blotchy rash starts on day four to five, usually on the face before moving to the chest and arms. The time between exposure and the first symptoms is about 10 days. People are considered infectious from about five days before to five days after rash onset.
Mana magazine have kindly allowed us to publish their 2017 article that featured Repromed clients – a same-sex couple who generously shared their fertility story.
If you missed the article last year, you can read the full article, written by Qiane Matata-Sipu for Mana Magazine, published by Kowhai Media Ltd here.
In 2007 Repromed opened its doors with the goal of offering truly patient friendly IVF, watch this video to see Medical Director Guy Gudex share all the firsts we have achieved. Thank you to all our lovely clients for choosing us to be part of their story.
REPROMED 10TH Birthday
It’s our 10th birthday! In 2007 Repromed opened its doors with the goal of offering truly patient friendly IVF, watch this video to see Medical Director Guy Gudex share all the firsts we have achieved. Thank you to all our lovely clients for choosing us to be part of their story. https://www.youtub