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Coping With Infertility

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If you’re struggling with infertility, you’re not alone in this. Extensive research has shown us that psychological distress faced by women with infertility is similar to that of women experiencing sickness. Research indicates that men are at risk of anxiety, depression, physical aches and pains and pain related to emotional trauma, loss of libido and a decrease in self-confidence. Such damaging effects can exist regardless of who is infertile, whether the couple is confronted with male infertility, female infertility, both, or with unexplained reasons.

Multiple Miscarriages

Having a miscarriage can be a very devastating experience for both you and your partner. Having multiple miscarriages can be extremely traumatic and may make you feel as though you’ll never have a baby. If you’ve

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If you and your partner want to become parents but are having difficulty getting pregnant for any number of reasons, surrogacy may be a good option for you. This process allows you to have a biological

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Unexplained Infertility

If you and your partner have been trying for one year to conceive and you still aren’t pregnant it’s most likely time to see your doctor and get tested for infertility. But what do you do if

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Types of Infertility

When you and your partner are trying to have a baby, how do you know when you’re having fertility problems? When should you start being concerned with month after month goes by and you not conceiving?

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Infertility and Sexuality

The Effects of Infertility on Sexuality It should come as no surprise that infertility can negatively affect your sexuality. In some cases, infertility can lead to sexual problems while for other couples sexual problems can lead

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Stress and Infertility

When you and your partner are trying hard to conceive, it can be very stressful when month after month goes by and you’re still not pregnant. Studies show that stress and infertility are directly related. You may

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Infertility and Depression

Infertility and depression can have a huge impact on how you’re feeling. Not being able to get pregnant can be one of the most distressing and heartbreaking experiences for couples who desperately want to start a

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How to Cope with Infertility

Coping with infertility can be a heartbreaking experience for couples who want to start a family. Many couples and women, in particular, feel that there is something wrong with them if they’re unable to get pregnant.

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