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Fall acts as an unavoidable reminder that Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas are right around the corner, and if you're trying to conceive, this time of year can be difficult. Justine Houle, of Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut, is here to help you celebrate Halloween YOUR way.
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Heading into the fall season, Amy Matton, Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut's Acupuncturist, reminds us that it's a good time to reconnect with the universe as well as ourselves, especially while experiencing fertility treatment and working towards our family buidling goals.
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September is officially here, and this month Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut hopes to help you take the next step in your fertility journey by making sure you have what you need to move forward. We'll be hosting a variety of events and invite you to join us for any that interest you.
On this day of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance, we remember. We remember our hopes. Our dreams. We hope you find these words comforting.
Our hearts do the remembering. I remember each of my miscarriages. The fertile hopes that preceded. The the loss I still struggle with today.