Infertility and Covid-19—before, during, and after. Does fertility treatment and the desire to build a family just get put “on hold” during the coronavirus pandemic? Absolutely not. Why having a baby is just as important now as it was “before.”
We get so immersed in our quest to building our families that we rarely consider what will happen next. How can we really when we don’t know if there will be an after infertility?
I’m Lisa Rosenthal and I’m a recovering infertile. That’s a phrase that many of the women I know have used for those of us who have finished fertility treatment, with or without having the baby we so desperately wanted. Read first hand the shifts I took on my fertility journey.
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We’re delighted to announce that 5 of the RMA of Connecticut fertility physicians have ranked as Castle Connolly Top Doctors for 2019. They have helped individuals and couples bring home 7,000 babies over the past 15 years.
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If you’re trying to conceive, either on your own or through fertility treatment, there is absolutely no doubt about the single most important step you can take to have a healthy pregnancy, baby, and family- start taking folic acid.
Fertility advocate, Aprill Lane (found of AGC Scholarships) gives back to the infertile community- she donated her uterus to a recipient with MRKH. Her point though is that everyone can give back something. What can you give back?