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The World Wide Web of Infertility

Getting a diagnosis of premature ovarian failure (POF), endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), or male factor infertility is overwhelming enough. You take to the internet in hopes of finding reliable resources and support, but instead you find a lot of information.

How do you know which information is accurate and which information can be trusted? Our goal at Fertility Authority is to present you with the most valuable information and resources during such a difficult time in your life. The information on Fertility Authority is written by former and current fertility patients, fertility doctors, fertility nurses, and professionals in the infertility community. Whether we are blogging, interviewing fertility doctors, or filming segments for our Ask the Expert video series, we’ve been there and we’re asking the questions you want answered. We also feature a doctor directory and matching service to help you find the fertility doctor that’s right for you. Feel free to reach out to our Patient Care Advocates, a team of fertility patients here to help you find a fertility doctor and answer your fertility-related questions. Our sister site, Fertile Thoughts, is chock full of firsthand accounts of fertility treatment, personal experiences and opinions, recommendations for fertility doctors in your area, and an immensely helpful support network. Make friends, laugh, and cry with one another. You will form bonds and gain insight from others who have walked in your shoes.

In need of some more information? Check out Fertility Authority’s downloadable fertility resource library.

Take advantage of these resources to best prepare for the fertility treatment that lies ahead. Fertility Nurse, Nora Bolger of RMA of CT, recommends that patients make use of the resources available to them to be an active participant in their fertility care and to form the most effective relationship with their fertility doctor.

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