Infertility is like the elephant in the room. We all know it’s there but few are willing to acknowledge it. It strikes our sisters and brothers, our sons and daughters, our cousins, our friends, our colleagues&hellip
Seeing the World Through Someone Else’s Eyes
Losing myself in someone else’s story is one of my favorite pastimes. I’ve been a big reader since I was old enough to make my own book selections at the library. My father would drop&hellip
New Study: Men Suffer, Too; Online Support Beneficial for Couples
We all know that men are socialized to be tough guys. For the most part, they are less emotionally volatile than women — especially those shot up with extra hormones. A recently released study, however,&hellip
90 Million Couples Worldwide Having Trouble Conceiving
A new fertility study is out, and while the underwriters certainly have their own business interests at heart, it contains some show-stopping numbers. It points out that 90 million couples worldwide are having trouble conceiving.&hellip
Ice Cream Good for Fertility – Who knew it was that easy?
Okay, I know this story will be picked up in every mainstream and online outlet tomorrow, but for those of you who only read infertility blogs, I had to highlight it. Oh, that it were&hellip
Fertility Drugs Pose Major Health Risks
A study reported on today in the U.K’s Telegraph reveals that women taking fertility drugs to stimulate greater egg production are at risk from life-threatening side effects. This sentence from the article would be a&hellip
No more to say? How can that be?
There exists an insidious bias around the subject of infertility. At its root, I believe, are two factors. First, there’s the sheer incomprehensibility that one’s birthright to reproduce might be compromised — who wants to&hellip