As anyone who's been through in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment will tell you...it's no walk in the park! It's an amazing process that results in the birth of thousands of long-awaited babies each year, but it's also physically and emotionally taxing. And while we can't magically take away all the difficult parts of this journey, these practical, comforting gift ideas from an experienced IVF patient will make things just a little bit easier.
Going through fertility challenges or losses can leave you feeling isolated. We're here to remind you that no matter what stage of the journey you're in, there is a beautiful community ready to embrace and support you.
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While being diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and navigating its symptoms can feel isolating and overwhelming at times, we’re here to reassure you that you're not alone. In fact, 1 in 10 women have PCOS! And some of those women are celebrities with PCOS who have spoken out about their experience.
Dealing with infertility is a challenge, to say the least. Once you come to terms with the fact that the path to your end goal (a baby) is going to be more complex, you’re faced with another challenge – absorbing lots of new information and working with a full team of people to help make your dream come true.
Along with our new name, we're excited to introduce you to our new website! We've redesigned the site to be more accessible, convenient and user-friendly, so you can easily find all the information you need to help you navigate your fertility journey. Let's take a virtual tour together!
Mother’s Day can be an extremely difficult day for the one in eight people who want so badly to be a mother but haven't become one yet. It can also be exceptionally challenging for those who identify as women but often get excluded from the conversation and those who have tenuous relationships with their own mothers (or none at all). Learning to advocate for myself and others who struggle with this holiday has changed me and shown just how important it is to be inclusive and aware of what others may be going through.