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Women undergoing infertility treatment report the same level of stress, anxiety, and depression as women who have cancer, HIV, or heart disease. Chronic stress can lead to depression and lower resistance to disease.
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Bummed out by all of the pregnancy announcements, baby bumps and nudges about when you're going to procreate? Well, that's the holidays for you -- but it doesn't mean you should suffer alone. Here are some tips for surviving the holidays while struggling to conceive.
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Alice D. Domar Ph.D. of Domar Center for Mind/Body Health discusses how to reduce stress during fertility treatments.