Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Support For Those Coping With Infertility

This is a very powerful article which addresses how people who are going through difficulties getting pregnant would appreciate being treated by those around them. If you are trying to get pregnant and finding it to be a struggle, you may appreciate the thoughtful advice given.  Maybe you can anonymously forward this on to the people in your life who really need to read it : )

Chances are, you know someone who is struggling with infertility. More than five million people of childbearing age in the United States experience infertility. Yet, as a society, we are woefully uninformed about how to best provide emotional support for our loved ones during this painful time.

RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association:
Family And Friends: Infertility Etiquette

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Spanish Web Site For Infertility

For the estimated 6.1 million Americans struggling to have a baby, the new Web site www.fertilityjourneyspanish.com is a comprehensive online educational resource in Spanish that provides guidance in managing fertility issues, support in locating medical providers and access to resources that will help them best meet their personal needs.

One of the most crucial steps when trying to get pregnant is understanding the process and knowing what to expect along the way. Wherever a woman is in her quest to becoming pregnant, the Web site provides helpful guidance on topics, such as testing and diagnosis; medical treatment coverage; financial planning; therapeutic options; how to find a clinic; and coping with the anxiety that comes when conceiving is difficult

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