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Surviving Father’s Day – Because Men Hurt, Too Blog Feature

By: The RMACT Team on June 14th, 2018

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Surviving Father’s Day – Because Men Hurt, Too

Infertility | Male Infertility | men's health | men and infertility | Mental Health

Men are often a forgotten piece of the equation during fertility treatment. Typically, they need to undergo less testing and procedures and infertility is often (incorrectly) thought of as a “woman’s” problem. In fact, male factor infertility accounts for about 30-35% of problems in those #TTC, about the same is true for women. That brings us to Father’s Day, a day where many men feel sad AND isolated because they’re not fathers yet and they’re not necessarily talking about it. Hear the thoughts and feelings from one daddy yet to be about what this day means to him. Patient Advocate Lisa Rosenthal and Dan Houle, co-writer of “Where’s the Fu#$king Stork?”,  share their thoughts and yes, feelings, on how to manage a day that can feel like a bear.