Many women TTC struggle with infertility, whether it's IVF, miscarriage, or another experience, our community hears them. In this blog, a fertility nurse offers her most thoughtful words of encouragement and advice on the most difficult day for those who aren’t mothers yet, Mother’s Day.
Support is out there, and we've done our best to round it up! Here are four of the top organizations devoted to helping black men and women with infertility find support, financial resources, and other fertility needs.
RMA of Connecticut is led by top fertility doctors that are experts in infertility and reproductive endocrinology. Our CT doctors are board-certified infertility specialists in Reproductive Endocrinology, Infertility, Obstetrics, and Gynecology. Meet them all!
Karen Jeffries (Hilariously Infertile) is an infertility advocate. She joined us at RMA of Connecticut for a behind the scenes look at our fertility practice. As the tour progresses, Karen reflects on her abilities (and inabilities) to administer some of the necessary tasks of treatment.
Let one of our nurses break down some of the most important facts about your fertility journey and how your relationship with your nurse is tighter than you might think. She covers truths from yoga to holiday pictures and assures you that you’re not alone in this.
If I hadn’t had a very special set of friends while I was trying my hardest to get pregnant, life would have felt even more unlovely and difficult than it already did, what with injections, medications, doctor appointments and more.