Find a Clinic Near You And Get Started Today


You are here

Taxonomy term

Status message

Active context: desktop

The Five Stages of Grief and Learning to Forgive Yourself When Fertility Treatment Does Not Go As Planned

A blog by Jessi Wallace, August 26, 2016
It was my 23rd day of Follistim. I had just finished my 5th ultrasound of the cycle, and was still waiting on my 6th estrogen lab results. Things weren’t looking good. My three leading follicles were gone, and my lining decreased from 10mm to 4mm. The long walk from the ultrasound room, to the elevator, to the parking lot, to my car… was sad. I think I held my breath the whole way to my car, and I could feel my heart beat hard with every step I took on the cold, wet pavement. I felt like my lungs were about to burst. I could feel the tears welling up inside, and if they weren’t going to come out of my eyes as I held them back, they were definitely going to come out of every pore on my body. I got into the car, put my head on the steering wheel, and wept.

The Importance of Seeing a Therapist During Infertility

A blog by Lisa Newton, March 10, 2015
Infertility can make a mess of your emotions. You might feel anger, sadness, hope, and despair- all in the same day! Add some infertility drugs to the mix and you might feel them all in the same hour! A trained therapist an help you explore your emotions and deal with them in a healthy way.

Infertility and Our Interpretations

A blog by Dania Sander, July 7, 2014

So we hear the word "infertility" and what do we think? What happens to women and men who are faced with infertility on the path to parenthood when they hear this word?

For me and many that I speak with, the word infertility brings to mind thoughts about being broken, not good enough and a whole list of emotions that are attached to it.

Kentucky Infertility Support

An infertility diagnosis can be more than a physical strain—it can also cause you emotional challenges as well.

You may find yourself going through a whole range of emotions, including sadness, anger, guilt, fear, and worry. These are all perfectly normal feelings to have during this time. But at what point should you consider seeing an infertility therapist?

Virginia Infertility Support

Infertility—and the subsequent fertility treatments—can spark a wide variety of emotions in you.

Vermont Infertility Support

Infertility Support

Fertility treatments can be physically demanding, but they can also take an emotional toll as well. Some emotions fertility treatment patients report feeling throughout their process include loss of control, sadness, grief, isolation, and anxiety.

Resolve to Know More About Infertility Support This Spring

a blog by Ellen Glazer, April 22, 2014

Winter came early this year and surely overstayed its welcome. Spring is taking its old slow time in getting here. But National Infertility Awareness Week is right on time! From where I stand, the timing couldn’t be better.

How To Support A Girlfriend Who Is Going Through Infertility

a blog by Katie O'Connor, April 7, 2014

You may have a girlfriend who is struggling with infertility as I type this. She is sitting alone worrying about everything…

Will I ever get pregnant?
Be a mom?
Feel normal again?
Not feel crazy – cuz man those meds can make you feel like you are in a constant state of PMS!

Michigan Infertility Support

Infertility counseling is a helpful option for men and women who are dealing with infertility and struggling through the fertility-treatment process.

Who Do You Tell About Your Fertility Struggles?

When you're trying to have a baby, how much information do you share with your friends and family?

I kept all my fertility struggles a secret for a while. Now in retrospect, I wish I hadn't -- but I had my reasons.


Subscribe to Emotional Support