Giving my Pain Purpose25/04/2018 06:00am | 5013 views
By Anna Hornbostel
Infertility came into my life slowly, sliding its way in after weeks became months and months became years of trying to have a baby and cycle after cycle failing. Infertility didn’t shout its arrival, but instead carried with it a shroud of silence.
I Have A Child and I am Infertile24/04/2018 06:00am | 5843 views
By Allyn Ann Simpson, RN, MSN
Women's Health Nurse Practitioner-BC
Families are built in many different ways and look differently from one person to the next.
‘Long, Crazy Journey’ to Surrogacy in India24/04/2017 06:00am | 7244 views
the words we posted to make our long-awaited pregnancy announcement. “At Last”
was also the song my husband Steve and I danced to at our wedding. It just happened
to be on the list of songs the DJ offered—it hadn’t carried any particular
meaning for us at the time. But six years into our marriage, the words were
full of meaning.
How to Make a Baby in 17 Years24/04/2017 12:49pm | 4523 views
By Jeanne Montalvo Lucar
Picture this: you decided you’re ready to be a mom. You have everything planned. You ditch the birth control and you download an app. Then somewhere down the line, you realize that there’s a problem.
Persistence or Acceptance? Both are Necessary When Facing Secondary Infertility 24/04/2017 06:00am | 5831 views
By Patricia Musitano
It seems like there’s always a reason to keep trying. There’s
something that makes you think the next time will work. Something that was
wrong gets fixed … a new procedure offers hope … an eventual success makes you
think it will be possible to do it again.