"Is it REALLY as bad as she says it is?" Yes.    Studies show that women with fertility problems are as stressed, anxious, and depressed as women with cancer, heart disease, or HIV. Blood tests, pills, injections, ultrasounds, and procedures cause stress and emotional upheaval in women.    Also, society fails to recognize the grief caused by infertility, so people denied parenthood tend to hide their sorrow, which only increases their feelings of shame and isolation.

The emotional impact of fertility problems

"Is it REALLY as bad as she says it is?" Yes. Studies show that women with fertility problems are as stressed, anxious, and depressed as women with cancer, heart disease, or HIV. Blood tests, pills, injections, ultrasounds, and procedures cause stress and emotional upheaval in women. Also, society fails to recognize the grief caused by infertility, so people denied parenthood tend to hide their sorrow, which only increases their feelings of shame and isolation.

1.Recognize that a fertility problem is a crisis. 2.Don't blame yourself. 3.Work as a team with your partner. 4.Educate yourself. 5.Set limits on how long you're willing to try. 6.Decide how much you're willing to pay. 7.Get support from professionals and others with fertility problems. 8.Just say no to baby-focused activities. 9.Balance optimism and realism. 10.Take care of yourself by pursuing other interests.

Therapists' top tips for coping with fertility problems

1.Recognize that a fertility problem is a crisis. 2.Don't blame yourself. 3.Work as a team with your partner. 4.Educate yourself. 5.Set limits on how long you're willing to try. 6.Decide how much you're willing to pay. 7.Get support from professionals and others with fertility problems. 8.Just say no to baby-focused activities. 9.Balance optimism and realism. 10.Take care of yourself by pursuing other interests.

Most fertility problems are caused by hormonal imbalances. Clinical studies indicate that women who have unexplained infertility or those who are struggling to conceive after the age of 35 could be helped by getting their hormones back into balance.

Most fertility problems are caused by hormonal imbalances. Clinical studies indicate that women who have unexplained infertility or those who are struggling to conceive after the age of 35 could be helped by getting their hormones back into balance.

Alla funderingar och bekymmer man kan ha som gravid och som mamma skulle vi göra vad som helst för att få.

Alla funderingar och bekymmer man kan ha som gravid och som mamma skulle vi göra vad som helst för att få.

Fertility Problems: When you are willing to spend every penny you have for morning sickness and sleepless nights.

Fertility Problems: When you are willing to spend every penny you have for morning sickness and sleepless nights.

This woman had fertility issues but was able to see, on the other side, that there was a reason for everything. Not getting pregnant when everyone else is can be hard, but can be a good thing in the end.

Not Getting Pregnant, When Everyone Else Is

This woman had fertility issues but was able to see, on the other side, that there was a reason for everything. Not getting pregnant when everyone else is can be hard, but can be a good thing in the end.

"10 BETTER Ways To Support Us"  sounds better than the actual title "10 Things NOT to Do if Someone You Know Has Fertility Problems".  Everything doesn't always need to be negative. #NIAW

10 Things NOT to Do if Someone You Know Has Fertility Problems

"10 BETTER Ways To Support Us" sounds better than the actual title "10 Things NOT to Do if Someone You Know Has Fertility Problems". Everything doesn't always need to be negative. #NIAW

Things No One Tells You About Secondary Infertility  http://pregnant.thebump.com/getting-pregnant/fertility-problems/articles/secondary-infertility.aspx

Things No One Tells You About Secondary Infertility

Things No One Tells You About Secondary Infertility http://pregnant.thebump.com/getting-pregnant/fertility-problems/articles/secondary-infertility.aspx

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