Find Out MoreIncredibly Important Advice for you or anyone you know who is trying, and needs help getting pregnant!
It wasn’t too long ago when I was first trying to get pregnant myself. I remember being excited, nervous – and I can now admit even a little bit scared – as I first met with my doctor. Even though she was more than capable and assisted me in every way possible, I couldn’t help but think that I didn’t know enough and that I wasn’t ready for such a big leap in my life. Basically I was under the belief that I wouldn’t be prepared no matter what I did and that I wouldn’t get to a place mentally where I thought I would be comfortable.
When this idea first came to my attention I thought to myself “infertility, I can’t be suffering from this, that’s impossible!” Well I was, and I bet this sounds a lot like you, too. If it does sound like you, or your spouse, you’ll want to deal with this denial, first and foremost. Once I dealt with my issues I came to the realization that infertility was my reality. What I failed to realize, though, was that for the longest time I was under the impression that infertility was a death sentence, that it was permanent and that it could not be overcome.
Now, before we get started with explaining treatments you must always remember that all “infertility” really means is that it’s harder to conceive – by traditional measures; it’s never impossible. Infertility does not mean that you’ll never get pregnant, in fact it’s quite the opposite. You can, and will, experience the joys of child rearing, even if you’re in your mid-forties, even if you’re older! Read more…