If you’ve spent the past year trying to conceive without success, the prospect of a brand new year may bring renewed hope and determination. It might also bring up difficult emotions as you've had to navigate the holiday season and approach another year without a baby in your arms. No matter which end of the spectrum you’re on right now, there are some simple steps you can take to prepare for a healthy pregnancy and baby. Let’s explore how you can maximize your chances of success with fertility treatment in 2022. Skip to a specific section: Make a Plan Get to Know Your Insurance Coverage Reach Out for Support Be Proactive About Your Health Know What You Can (and Can’t) Control Embrace the New Year with New Hope More Infertility Resources
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Infertility can be a stressful and challenging experience even in “normal” times, let alone during a global pandemic. As a reproductive endocrinologist, I spend my days working with individuals and couples to help them achieve their dream of building a family. During this challenging year, I have watched many of my patients grapple with questions about how to reconcile their concerns about COVID-19 with their desire to have a baby.