Beginning a fertility treatment cycle involves a lot of preparation. Once you’ve discussed a treatment plan suggested by your fertility doctor, you may have signed paperwork, taken necessary tests, and learned far more than you ever wanted to about injections.

Once you receive your fertility medications (after your fertility center has called in your prescriptions), you may very well and very understandably feel overwhelmed. When teaching fertility injections over many years to patients, I often say that it honestly looks like a chemistry project between syringes, needles, vials, and supplies.

It is difficult. It is challenging. It is scary. It is confusing. But, you can do this.

To help reduce confusion, here is a free, printable Fertility Medications Checklist to use when starting your cycle.

Print it, highlight your medications, write down questions so you don’t forget, keep track so you can be an active participant in your fertility treatment and feel empowered about all the efforts you are taking to help achieve your dream of building a family.

We’re here to help! In the NYC Metro area? We deliver! Live in another state? We deliver! Our stellar, personalized service is available seven days a week to help assist you. As fertility pharmacy leaders for the past thirty years, we have multiple finance options to help you save.

Give us a call at 212.794.7200 or click here to send us an email at info@metrointergrative.com

Click here (or on the image above) to get this free printable Metro Integrative Fertility Medications Checklist.


Linda Scruggs BSN, RN has specialized for 15 years in fertility, reproductive medicine, and women’s health. As a nurse, patient educator, and solo mother of two children, she shares personal experience with high-risk pregnancies. Connect with Linda on Instagram at @metrointegrative and @unboxedmom where she serves as a resource to empower and educate women seeking wellness for themselves and their families.


This information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions about your medical condition. The information in this article is for educational purposes only.