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Coping With Infertility

Why Does Infertility Awareness Matter to Me?

“After 11 years in the field of infertility, and having cared for thousands of infertility patients, having listened to their stories, celebrated their pregnancies and cried with them during their losses, I feel just as dedicated and passionate about caring for infertile patients as I did when I chose the field.”

The Terrible Gift

During the Holidays, Dr. Murray explains how infertility may or may not be what is intended for you for the rest of your life, but it is a gift for now.

It’s a Mother of a Day

When my wife and I were struggling with infertility, Mother’s Days were filled with grief, sadness and fear. If we have been given less, or have suffered loss … it is my hope that we can all appreciate even the small gifts as what they are … precious and rare.

A Christmas Carol – The Other Ghost

The holidays can be especially difficult for people suffering from infertility. In the end, most of us really do want to be happy. The question is, how is a person to rescue themself from the sadness the season besets upon them?