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Holding Hands


Workshop: Self-Injections

As a registered nurse, The Warrior Coach recognizes that not all tasks and skills related to fertility come naturally - especially injections. It is quite unique for an individual pursuing short term healthcare treatment to be advised that all injections are to be done by yourself with minimal training. With no other options. For some, this can be incredibly daunting. Yes, when you purchase your medications, you can listen and learn from your nurse or pharmacist and write things down as fast as possible. Yes, you may be provided a password to access online instructional videos once you have purchased your medications. But what about if you want to know what you’re getting into prior to even being set up for treatment? Prior to even being referred to a fertility clinic? What if you want to know more information than the “how-to” that your healthcare professional has provided to you? If any of these situations apply to you, this workshop is for you.

Join us virtually for this live 45-minute workshop on self-injections.  Providing you with evidence informed information and tips, that will leave you feeling more knowledgeable, confident, and prepared to start with your injections.

In this live 45-minute workshop you will learn:

  • Why We Inject

  • What to Expect: Schedule + Costs

  • Types of Medications

  • Common Side Effects

  • Step-by-Step How to Inject

  • Tips/Tricks for Needle Phobia

  • Resources for more medication specific information


All of our workshops have a Q&A segment to answer those burning questions!


Also included:

  • Treatment Cycle Tracking Fillable PDF for your mobile device








Don’t feel like joining in with a group but still interested in learning more? No problem! Here at The Warrior Coach, we recognize that discussions about fertility can be a private matter for some. Check out the one-on-one virtual sessions if you would like a little more personalized, private approach to your learning.  

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