Posts Tagged ‘trying to concieve’
The Lonely Journeys of Infertility and Quarantine
By: Stephanie Dunlap Infertility at any time can be a long, lonely journey. Being under quarantine can be a long, lonely journey. For many of us, at the beginning of the quarantine, there was a lot of unknown. Unknown about what all of this will look like, what our days will be like, how our…Read More
I am One in 8.
By: Chasity Marquette One in 8. That is just a statistic not unlike any other you see for diseases and conditions affecting Americans today. Until it isn’t. You never think it’s going to be you. I always knew I struggled with female issues (PCOS, Endometriosis, and painful cycles) that only worsened after my less than…Read More
Don’t Try To Stitch Up My Broken Heart
To the family and friends of a loved one suffering the heartbreak of infertility and loss.Read More
Dear Fertile Friend,
By: Kim Dames I know you had no issues getting pregnant. You decided one month it was time to start a family and the next month you received the positive pregnancy test. You had a normal and easy pregnancy. Delivery was even better. You bounced back easily and fit back into your clothes effortlessly. You…Read More
How Showing Empathy Can Help You Support Others
By: Elizabeth Lowder When a friend or loved one has experienced a loss like a miscarriage, failed IVF or even a negative pregnancy test, we want to do something to help. To take the pain and sadness away and to help them feel better. Common responses couples hear when they’re going through infertility might be…Read More
I Am 1 In 8.
By: Cassandra Ludwig My name is Cassandra and I am 1 of the 7.4 million women who has fertility issues. My husband and I have been married for 11 years and have struggled with infertility for 8 of those years. When we decided to start a family, we had no idea the struggles we would…Read More