Nashville Fertility

COVID-19 Update

Updated 10/24/2022

Based on updated CDC guidelines, Nashville Fertility Center will no longer require patients to wear masks in the office. NFC will monitor community infection rates and may reinstitute mask mandates when infection rates are high.

As we enter the winter months, we ask all patients to self-monitor for symptoms of viral illness such as fever/chills, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, congestion, headache, body aches, and/or nausea/vomiting. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, please see your Primary Care Provider or Urgent Care to be tested for COVID or Influenza (Flu). Contact your nurse if you test positive for either virus.

Patients who are positive for flu or COVID should not return to NFC for at least 5 days after symptom onset, and they must be symptom-free upon return to the office. If you are in a treatment cycle (IUI, IVF, or FET) and you are diagnosed with either Influenza or COVID, your cycle will be cancelled. A patient’s cycle could be cancelled at any time, including the day of oocyte retrieval or embryo transfer, if the patient exhibits clinical symptoms deemed suspicious for COVID-19 by their physician.  Nashville Fertility Center would not be liable for costs incurred if the cycle is cancelled due to COVID-19 which includes office visits, monitoring costs, laboratory testing, ultrasounds, and medications.

Nashville Fertility Center recommends all patients and partners be vaccinated against Influenza and COVID to reduce their risk of infection.

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