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Kellye Cruz, RN

Facing the New Year: Creating New Year’s Resolutions

by | December 27, 2011

Most of us start this list on January 1st each year with grand intentions to change our lives for the better. Losing weight. Exercising more. Saving more money. Sound familiar? The staff at Texas Fertility Center would like to help you add to your list and make 2012 a wonderful year. We’ve come up with three resolutions for you to consider.

I resolve to call my infertility nurse instead of trusting Dr. Google.

How many times have you searched the internet for a medical question only to feel more scared and confused than before? Resolve to call your fertility nurse first with any questions. Each patient is assigned to a specific nurse who works diligently to answer each and every question you may have.

I resolve to be happy for other pregnant women.

We know it can be difficult to seeing others getting for the one thing you desire most.
Remember that if you stick with the fertility treatment plan we have created specifically for you, the odds are good that you will someday enjoy celebrating your own wonderful news!

I resolve to never lose hope that I will get pregnant.

Trying to get pregnant can produce overwhelming sadness and stress. Sometimes, you may feel like the easiest path to take is to stop infertility treatments and walk away. Resolve to rise above those emotions. Our end goal always matches yours: To make your dreams of creating a family come true. So don’t give up, even in the face of disappointment. No matter the situation, there’s always hope!

The physicians and staff at Texas Fertility Center wish you a Happy New Year! May all your resolutions come to fruition. Visit our website for more information.

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About

Kellye Cruz, RN

Kellye graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2005 with a BSN in Nursing. She has been a nurse for 6 years and has experience in neonatal intensive care nursing and infertility nursing. Currently, she is pursuing her masters in nursing with a family nurse practitioner certification through Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. Kellye loves working at Texas Fertility Center and values the relationships she has built with her patients. She is a diehard Longhorn fan and is “mommy” to two dogs.
http://www.txfertility.com

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