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Melinda Davis is a seasoned marketer with 15 years experience. She provides freelance services to clients, and has contracted with nonprofit organizations and high profile firms, including Booz Allen Hamilton. After being diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and undergoing multiple treatments, Melinda founded Fresh Conceptions as a way of reaching others with infertility. Through her blog, Melinda shares her personal journey with infertility and the unexpected ways God has used it to reveal Himself. She enjoys using her talents to reach others around the world using Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter, and will be publishing her first ebook in 2016. For more information, please contact Melinda at:



a blog by Melinda Davis, July 13, 2011

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I find myself considering adoption more and more. My husband and I still aren’t sure if we were meant to venture down this road, and there are still many questions that remain unanswered.

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a blog by Melinda Davis, July 11, 2011

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One in eight American couples deal with infertility, so I thought I would share my first steps into fertility tests and treatment for anyone finding themselves venturing down this road. Please know that every couple and situation is different, so just because this was the road I traveled doesn’t necessarily mean yours will be the same.

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a blog by Melinda Davis, June 29, 2011

I married my college sweetheart in 2003, and we agreed we would wait five years before trying to get pregnant. I had always dreamed of being a mom and was so excited to see our family grow.

In 2005 I started developing dizzy spells and brief moments of darkness. I would be in the middle of a normal conversation when all of a sudden things would go dark. I could still hear the person talking and could carry on the conversation, but I would lose my vision and feel my body going limp. I quickly learned if I placed my hand on a nearby desk, counter or wall, I could hold myself up until the moment passed and I regained my vision.

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a blog by Melinda Davis, June 20, 2011

My favorite show of all time is "Friends," and a few years ago my husband surprised me with the entire series on DVD. I had watched the show when it originally aired, always watched the reruns when I could, and have now watched the series more times than I can remember.