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

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PCOS | Twins | Patient Stories

By: Sierra Dehmler
September 21st, 2021

Can you get pregnant with PCOS? One fertility patient shares her journey through medicated cycles, IUI, IVF and what happens after you finally get pregnant.

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Unexplained Infertility | Twins | In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) | Patient Stories

By: Sierra Dehmler
August 18th, 2021

After struggling through five years of unexplained infertility and three unsuccessful IUI and IVF treatments, they found out they were pregnant - with twins!

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secondary infertility | In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) | Single Mom By Choice | Pregnancy loss | Patient Stories

By: Sierra Dehmler
July 27th, 2021

Growing your family as a single mom can be difficult - but it isn't impossible. RMA of Connecticut parent Alison shares her story of loss and hope as a single mom by choice.

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Surrogacy | egg donor | Dr. Mark Leondires | Patient Stories | LGBTQ Family Building

By: Sierra Dehmler
June 22nd, 2021

After two IVF and surrogacy journeys brought their children Ben and Lucy into the world, RMA of Connecticut dads Tim and Steve share their amazing LGBTQ+ story.

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fertility journey | In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) | IVF | Patient Stories

By: Anonymous Patient
May 7th, 2021

A real patient's reflection on becoming a mom after fertility treatment, parenting during a pandemic, and keeping the ship afloat.

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Fertility Treatment | In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) | Dr. Joshua Hurwitz | Patient Stories

By: Emma Lott
March 26th, 2021

One of our patients, Angela, shares her fertility journey to her two beautiful babies through medication and IVF - with some difficult challenges along the way.