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Not getting pregnant after months or years of trying to conceive is devastating – and fear of infertility treatments can prolong the heartbreak. I found… Read More »How Fear of Infertility Treatments Affects Getting Pregnant
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The fear of infertility can stop you from overcoming fertility problems. Some couples don’t know if they’re dealing with infertility issues, because they haven’t overcome their fear of finding out about infertility! If you’re one of those couples, here are tips on overcoming your fear of never getting pregnant.
“Fear grows in darkness,” says Dorothy Thompson. “If you think there’s a boogeyman around, turn on the light.”
Overcoming the fear of infertility involves shedding light on the problem. The more you know about infertility causes and treatments, the less fear you’ll have – because you’ll be able to take action! To learn more, read Unsung Lullabies: Understanding and Coping with Infertility by Janet Jaffe, David Diamond, and Martha Diamond.
And, read on for tips on overcoming fear of infertility…Read More »Fear of Infertility – 5 Tips for Overcoming Fertility Problems
These surprising facts about infertility treatments are from embryologist Stacie Hill. Here, she shares information about sperm washing, the cost of infertility treatments, and in vitro fertilization for women who can’t get pregnant.
First, a quip about sperm from writer Dave Berry:
“It is a well-documented fact that guys will not ask for directions,” says Berry. “This is a biological thing. This is why it takes several million sperm cells to locate a female egg, despite the fact that the egg is, relative to them, the size of Wisconsin.”
It’s amazing that there’s 20 to 500 million sperm in every milliliter of ejaculate (unless of course the man is struggling with male infertility) — and yet it’s so difficult for so many women to get pregnant! I just don’t get it sometimes. Anyway, to learn about testosterone and testing sperm counts for male infertility, check out the SpermCheck for Fertility.
And read on for info about infertility treatments…Read More »About Infertility Treatments – Sperm Washing, In Vitro Fertilization, and Fertility Costs
Four different women share how they cope with infertility and never getting pregnant. You’ll find inspiration and hope here – learn about the possibilities after infertility!… Read More »How Women Cope With Infertility and Never Getting Pregnant