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Learn what to expect when you transition from your RE to a Ob/Gyn.
After years of struggling with infertility, being pregnant may feel joyful, sad, and frightening. Along with the profound relief at finally achieving pregnancy comes the anxiety. You are not alone in experiencing these feelings.
“Your test results are positive, congratulations, you’re pregnant”. It is everything that you wished for and spent years trying to achieve. You are shocked, elated, scared, tearful, joyful and in disbelief. Now what?
Connect with others who have resolved their infertility through pregnancy and parenting.
You are probably feeling overwhelmed with emotion. There are probably many things you "should" be feeling. Learn about what the myths and facts are relating to pregnancy after infertility.
It is only in going through the hurt, the inadequacy and fear of not conceiving, though that we come to appreciate the pink dryer lint.
What do you do when you become pregnant and your infertile friend doesn't?
Waiting to hear the “news” about your cycle may be exhausting; it is like being on a rollercoaster of hope and fear. Consider the following survival tips.