Emotional Issues

Few things in life rival the emotional and hormonal roller coaster that the fertility patient must endure. It's difficult enough to come to terms with the shocking diagnosis of infertility. Most women see infertility as a major life crisis and experience significant feelings of loss. Add to that the numerous doctor visits, various medications, multiple unpleasant tests and procedures, and perhaps also surgeries. The financial burden of paying for this medical care, most of which is not covered by your health insurance plan, can also add significant stress.

Is it any wonder that most fertility patients occasionally feel overwhelmed, discouraged, and depressed? The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) states that it is normal for you to experience an array of emotions:

Pregnancy Guide

Pregnancy Guide

A Beginner's Guide to Healthy Pregnancy. If you suspect, or know, that you are pregnant, we ho pe you have already visited your doctor. Presuming that you have confirmed your suspicions and that this is your first child, or that you wish to take better care of yourself d uring pregnancy than you did during your other pregnancies; you have come to the right place.

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