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Pursuing fertility treatment can feel daunting, especially when it’s your first attempt. Dr. Joshua Hurwitz, Reproductive Endocrinologist, and Chelsea Merwin, Patient Navigator, discuss the best ways to continue past the first attempt and keep going until you get the positive result we all hope for.
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Infertility treatment freeze? Justine Houle, author of “Where’s the F%&$#!ing Stork?!” shares her best tips on how to transition successfully with fertility treatment protocols.
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Justine Houle discusses how she quieted the "what ifs" and "I knows" running through her mind and turned her focus to her beliefs. Read on to hear how her journey to her egg retrieval unfolded.
Justine & Dan-when one can't, the other can. How fears regarding affording fertility treatment/insurance coverage are relieved when the call is finally made.
My infertility diagnosis made me feel like God/the universe might be telling me that I wasn’t meant to be a mom. Can infertility challenges reveal new meanings?