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Miracles and Memories Pins
Help support the infertility community with the Miracles and Memories Pins. Read about the three colored lapel pin representing all aspects of family-building.
SEE the Video Web Cast with Geoff Sher, MD: New Breakthrough in IVF. Study Doubles IVF Success
A process that could markedly improve pregnancy rates from In Vitro-Fertilization (IVF) was reported in a study published in the prestigious medical journal Fertility and Sterility (F&S).
THE PAIN OF THE "PARENTING HOLIDAYS" FOR THE PRE-PARENT by Helen Adrienne
Reproduction is germane to being alive, human or otherwise. It sometimes seems that you are surrounded by babies: birds, bees, dogs, sloths, and more galling than anything, your friends or neighbors who aren't sure that they want a baby but find themselves pregnant by accident. That is, everyone and everything reproduces but you. Helen Adrienne gives insight into the emotional plight for those affected by infertility.
Diet and Lifestyle Management of PCOS By Hillary M. Wright, MEd, RD, LDN
It is estimated that PCOS affects up to 10% of all women during their reproductive years. This figure appears to be rising with the obesity epidemic as excess weight tends to worsen PCOS. Research also suggests that up to 30% of women have some of the symptoms of the disorder without meeting all the criteria for diagnosis (generally requires either irregular or absent periods, and signs of elevated androgens, or male-type hormones). Hillary Wright explores lifestyle and a Natural approach to healing a woman's health and hormones.
The From INCIID the Heart Fund
This program is the first and only national scholarship for those with medical and financial need for IVF treatment. It's a way to help those without insurance cover their IVF.
Children First: Making the Paradigm Shift from Infertility to Adoption By Patricia Irwin Johnston, MS
Making the adjustment from medical procedures to adoption is complex. Pat Johnston loans her expertise to what those who want to adopt after infertility need to know in order to be successful
The Infertility Q & A: Testing with a Reproductive Endocrinologist
A fact sheet letting the patient know what to expect (including timing) for basic diagnostic testing to determine infertility problems