I promised on day one of this blog that I would share the outrageous things that some fertile people sometimes say and do. I like to think I can be the conscience for those who&hellip
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
Not all celebrities choose to be role models but those who step forward to champion a cause have my admiration. Until very recently I wasn’t at all comfortable acknowledging my super human attempts to conceive&hellip
Apparently, the original infertility treatment involved sacrificing a goat. Interesting. That’s one technique I did not try, but it’s not altogether outside the bounds of today’s hocus pocus.
I did a little homework in the blogosphere before I started this blog. There are a staggeringly high number of blogs dedicated to those deep in the throes of trying to conceive using any and&hellip
Well meaning friends and family members have gently urged me not to focus so much on the whole infertility thing. Believe me, I’ve tried. I’ve thrown myself into work projects, changed my reading list to&hellip
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
I’ve been thinking for some time that there are others out there like me. Those who are reminded daily of what might have been. It’s been exactly three years and seven months since my husband&hellip