Coronavirus

Covid-19 and fertility treatments

Ministry of Foreign Affairs' travel advice in relation to coronavirus/ COVID-19

Patients from ex. Germany, Italy, Austria (see this map), do not need to isolate themselves if you come for treatment, you just need to have a negative test / Coronapas - which you get checked upon entry. Please read more here

Covid vaccination and fertility treatment

Basically, we recommend women to accept the offer of vaccination when they are offered this (there can always be exceptions due to age, low AMH or similar).

You can not be in fertility treatment while being vaccinated - but you can start as soon as you have received the 2nd dose of the vaccine.

We follow the Danish Health and Medicines Authority's recommendations.

If you have symptoms such as cough, fever or sore throat, please do not show up at the clinic and cancel your appointment. Please contact the clinic by telephone and inform about your symptoms BEFORE you arrive.
If you have symptoms such as cough, fever or sore throat, please do not show up at the clinic and cancel your appointment. Please contact the clinic by telephone and inform about your symptoms BEFORE you arrive.

  • Please enter the clinic on time, and not before. In this way, we reduce the number of people at the reception
  • We have set up hand alcohol at the clinic and we ask you to spray your hands on arrival
  • Please keep your distance in the waiting room and place yourself as far away from other people present as possible
  • Please do not bring relatives to the clinic to reduce the number of people in the waiting room (pregnancy scans are excluded, your partner is welcome to come here - however, your partner must wait outside the clinic until you are called in for a scan)

Best regards
Team Trianglen

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Q:
If you become pregnant with iui and you experience symptoms of Corona soon after, should you be worried about losing the fetus? And what extra precautions should you take?

Answer: At present, most experts believe that a corona virus infection in pregnant women probably does not pose a risk of birth defects. You cannot be entirely sure until you can later see how it actually relates to children born by women who have been infected with coronavirus during pregnancy. If signs of corona virus infection occur during pregnancy, you should talk to your GP or birth center about whether there are any special examinations or other things that the health authorities recommend. If you get high fever while pregnant (over 39ºC) due to an infection, there may be an increased risk of miscarriage.

You can also get your question answered by our Specialist consultant, Dr. Kåre Rygaard.

Send your question in a private message to us on Facebook or in a private message on Instagram.

NB. No personal response will be answered. There we ask you to contact us on our secure mail server.

Last updated 14th June 2021

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