Do you think medical staff who deal with fertility issues get any special training on how to be sympathetic, to reassure people when dealing with such a sensitive issue and not make them feel like freaks?! Ive had some positive and some negative experiences. Negative experiences include when I went to get my 21 day blood results and had already been told by the receptionist that they were normal, the GP saying I wasnt ovulating and handing me a leaflet on infertility. (This was after Id just seen my neighbour swan out with a pregnancy confirmation when they hadnt even been trying, so it was pretty devastating!) A nurse advising on holiday vaccinations saying that I might want to travel once Ive finished having IVF (was she implying it wouldnt work?! Because why would I be travelling if I was pregnant?!) A doctor at the hospital saying helpfully to me we need to establish if you are slowly entering the menopause!!!! Positive experiences include a female doctor actually comforting me when my HSG didnt work, a nurse going out of her way to photocopy some results for me, a kind nurse helping me to the car when I felt dizzy after the lap and dye, a different hospital doctor reassuring me that a borderline result probably meant that the test was done a bit early. Any other good ones?!