The Learning from Online Video Education (LOVE) study seeks to determine if online instructional videos on how to administer medication needed for in vitro fertilization (IVF) help improve the quality of life and reduce stress during the IVF process.
The Learning from Online Video Education (LOVE) is a randomized controlled trial that seeks to determine the effect of instructional online videos on medication administration on psychological well being during controlled ovarian stimulation.
The investigators hypothesize that usage of online instructional videos by women undergoing their first cycle of controlled ovarian stimulation for in vitro fertilization or oocyte cryopreservation improves measures of psychological well-being (Infertility Self Efficacy Scale, FertiQoL-T and Perceived stress scores) when compared to subjects that do not have access to this educational resource.
You can join if…
Open to females ages 20 years to 43 years
Undergoing first controlled ovarian stimulation cycle at the time of enrollment
Has internet access
You CAN'T join if...
Had prior controlled ovarian stimulation cycle
Does not have internet access
Declines in person IVF medication teaching session
Treating physician requests that patient not be approached for participation (any reason)
University of California San Francisconot yet accepting patients San Francisco, California, 94158, USA