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These tips on talking about infertility with your partner are from Stacie Hill, an embryologist at Conceivex. She has 13 years of “hands-on” experience in reproductive medicine.
“When you can’t get pregnant, you swim in a mix of emotions,” write Julie Vargo and Maureen Regan in A Few Good Eggs. “You feel insecure (how the hell did this happen to me?), inferior (if I can’t have a baby, I must not be enough of a woman), scared (how am I going to get out of this mess?), mad (how the hell did this happen to me?), and frustrated (what does that mean?).”
Insecurity, inferiority, fear, anger, and frustration are commonly felt by both men and women when it comes to fertility issues. If you’re a couple coping with infertility, click on the book cover of A Few Good Eggs to learn more about the infertility roller coaster. And, read on for Stacie Hill’s advice on how to talk about infertility with your partner….Read More »Talking About Infertility With Your Partner