Last update September 7th, 2021
We ask you to wear a nose mask during your visit at the clinic. We ask you to bring your own mask.
If in the last 2 weeks you suffered from (mild) colds or flu symptoms such as sneezing, sore throat, runny nose, cough, lack of smell / taste or elevated temperature , you should test for the presence of the Corona virus. If you test positive for Corona, you will be welcome in the clinic after 14days and a least 24 hours without symptoms.
Clients who have been in a country with code orange must stay in home quarataine for 10 days or have a negatieve PCR test after 5 days an cannot come to the clinic for an appointment during this time.
Disinfect your hands with hand alcohol when entering the clinic and keep 1.5 meters apart
Come alone to the clinic. Have other people wait in the car and wait there up to 5 minutes before your appointment. This is to have as few people as possible in the clinic at the same time. There will also be far fewer seats available to wait in the clinic. If you come for an insemination, embryo transfer, eggcollection, pregnancy ultrasound or hysteroscopy, you can bring one extra person to the clinic. Of course it is possible to video call your partner during other consultations.
Disinfect your hands with hand alcohol when entering the clinic and keep 1.5 meters apart. When it is possible to keep 1,5 meters aparts in the clinic, it is not necessary to wear a mouth cap.
There are no limitations concerning vaccination for people with a childwish, or pregnant women. Since Covid-19 can be more severe in pregnant women, we advise to take the vaccination.
We will arrange consultations via video calling.
We would like to ask for your understanding of these measures and wish you much strength in these difficult times.
Still take care of yourself and each other!
The currently known studies show little to no effects of coronavirus on early pregnancy. However, the studies are limited in number and size, which means that few valid statements can be made. We will, of course, discuss this with you. You can then make the choice of whether or not to start the treatment process.
If you are trying to become pregnant, you can have the vaccination. It is recommended that you do not become pregnant in the first two months after vaccination. Women who belong to a risk group are strongly advised to be vaccinated.
We will arrange intakes and consultations via video call.
We would like to ask for your understanding of these measures and wish you strength in these difficult times.
Take care of yourself and each other!