got the good authority of one IVF Goddess site members that have a distinct advantage to combining aviation IVF.
seems when you get VIP treatment with all necessary supplies, bordering to be a rock star in his / tools as you get individually searched, and waved over before the madding crowd.
of course, is the only time in your life you get Customs to say, "Yes, sir, I have medicine in my hand luggage" without being escorted off to spend the rest of your life in prison.
Unfortunately, the VIP treatment at the end there, and will not turn a patch or something, but it will definitely be included in the price, or at least an optional extra is not it?
I remember flying interstate frozen embryo transfer at that time I felt it was a top secret mission involving couriering a special package. That the package happens to be in my womb it does not matter, I still felt as if there must be some protocol around it – for example, a embryoguard escort.
But if you fly when you participate in IVF? Probably not, if you have a crippling fear of flying require heavy sedation before the machine leaves the boarding bridge. Medically although doctors do not object, such as pregnant women have no objection to the airport and there is no documented reason why it should not.
Even if the long-distance travel, even the self-administration of non-diabetics, the toilet and the most modern aircraft with needle disposal boxes in the toilet for this purpose.
If, like me, you need a partner to help you inject just want to see him too, though not as striking resemblance to Ralph Fiennes or you'll have a crew banging on the door wanting them.
Actually, it's a good idea to become a member of the staff knows what to do, after which there is a good chance that must be paid to the less grungy and more spacious business class toilet.
Flight of the embryo transplantation, according to a medical journal in order, provided that the plane is under pressure. Translation is not DC-3 flights nostalgic dinner is over Botany Bay or flying a World War II U-boats in the Atlantic Ocean, but every modern jet order. Of course, there is the risk of depressurization teensy but there is a much higher risk of having a traffic accident on the way back to the clinic.
Which brings me to the issue of the transport authorities. Now that so many women are having IVF should not be the & # 39; to counteract Board embryo transfers all smug "Baby on Board" shall we eat?
So really, but there is no compelling evidence, or any evidence do not get when having IVF is a case where might actually be a good idea. If you can fly somewhere where you can relax or take a break, take the pressure during this time, and can only be good for both you and the embryo.