They really put you on the spot telling you the student was pregnant when you got there. Maybe they thought you were more likely to say no if you had more time to think about it. I think that's really poor. More distress to the paying patient.
You know the best person I have met on this journey so far was a sonographer I had when I went to Newcastle (DH and I were away for a long weekend in the Hunter Valley). She took her time. Talked me through the procedure before she started. Counted all the follies (even the tiny ones) and told me what the measurements meant (how many were ready, what the lining should be etc). She even did a diagram of the follies in the ovaries and wrote all the numbers down for me to keep. I commented about the difference (my clinic had nurses do the scans and they told you very little) and she said she had 2 kids through IVF herself. It makes such a difference when people understand what you're going through. Less of the 'I had no problem getting pregnant and I'm here because the money is good' and more 'I went through this so now I have an interest in this area' students would be good.
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