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Fertility Blog | Compassionate support on your journey through infertility treatment. Join the conversation.

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men's health | featured | Featured Story | infertility support | men and infertility | men infertility

By: Lisa Rosenthal
June 16th, 2018

RMACT's Patient Advocate, Lisa Rosenthal, highlights the challenges of Fathers Day when trying to conceive. Read what Lisa suggests you do when trying to support your partner on this difficult holiday.

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Infertility | Love and Infertility | infertility courage | men's health | featured | infertility support | InfertilityCoping | men and infertility | men infertility

By: The RMACT Team
June 14th, 2018

Patient Advocate Lisa Rosenthal and Dan Houle, co-writer of “Where’s the Fu#$king Stork?”, share thoughts and yes, feelings, on how to manage Father's Day that can feel like a bear when struggling with infertility.

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men's health | featured | Featured Story | InfertilitySupport | InfertiltySupport | infertility support

Dan Houle, of "Where's the F%&$#!ng Stork?", takes us through the unpredictability of fertility treatment with his account of their very first IUI cycle.

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Health | Wellness | Women's Health | men's health | TTC | infertility support

By: The RMACT Team
January 12th, 2018

RMACT's nutritionist, Carolyn Gundell, shares a healthy and hearty soup recipe for all, especially those trying to convince.

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Infertility Awareness | Love and Infertility | Women's Health | men's health | IUI | Featured Story

Justine & Dan's search for the elusive stork continues with this day to day description of "planning" an IUI (intrauterine insemination).

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Support | Women's Health | men's health | Featured Story

By: Lisa Rosenthal
December 1st, 2017

Choice & fertility treatment- even when it's between a rock & a hard place, we do have choices. How to make them when it feels practically impossible.