September 28.Reading time 24 minutes.
What’s the difference between a hysteroscopy and laparoscopy,
and what do they have to do with infertility?
If you’re like us and have gone through extensive testing only to find little to no problems and still aren’t getting pregnant, your doctor might be able to find the reason why with these procedures.
September 14.Reading time 5 minutes.
Our first IVF treatment was quite the adventure, as it is for most. There are lots of emotions, and so many new things you learn about your body and reproduction, you know, the things you’re not taught in your fifth grade sex-ed class. Like most things in life, the IVF experience is unique to each person, each couple, and the details of your fertility journey.
So, what are the first couple weeks of an IVF cycle like?
What can you expect?
August 31.Reading time 21 minutes.
An IUI procedure often falls somewhere in the middle, costing couples only a few hundred dollars to a couple thousand dollars, still offering a more affordable option to becoming pregnant.
So, who can benefit from an IUI procedure, and is it worth it?
August 17.Reading time 15 minutes.
Remember, this is a trying and sensitive time in your parenting journey. Emotions are high, and hormones might be all out of whack. Between the stress and medications, your body will physically be in a foreign state which can take its tole.
You want someone who is wholeheartedly in this with you…
July 20.Reading time 24 minutes.
Building a family can look so different, for so many people. For some it comes easy, for others it doesn’t. And even for others, there are surprises along the way!
What do you do when you suspect you might dealing with infertility after some time trying to conceive? How long should you try to conceive before seeking medical advice? And when you decide to explore your options, where do you even begin?