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Fertility Authority’s Blog of the Week: Fox in the Hen House
The blog we’d like to feature this week is Fox in the Hen House
Alex was diagnosed with endometriosis fairly young. After trying to get pregnant sometime, she was informed that she was going in to early menopause at age 35. Somehow though, her ovaries made a miraculous comeback. and we were able to do IVF only to find out that she have adenomyosis.
Two ectopic pregnancies, surgeries and several reproductive endocrinologists later, the adenomyosis is getting worse and the endometriosis, which was at one time dormant, returned. She currently has 2 frozen embryos left.
She started her blog as a means to channel her emotions. What started as diary of sorts has grown and morphed over the years. Overall, it’s a place for her to share her journey, express her feelings but also, connect with others who also are working towards building their family one way or another.
“If I can help one person to feel less alone or alienated then I consider it a success. If I can also make you laugh or smile then I feel like a rock star.” Alex says. We at Fertility Authority feel she has done exactly that.
Please visit Fox in the Hen House at: http://foxinthehenhouse.wordpress.com/
If you have a blog you’d like considered to be featured or if you would like to nominate a blog that covers such topics as unexplained infertility, adoption, surrogacy, donor eggs, egg freezing, IVF, insemination or living child-free, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.