Harvard Studies Show I May Not Be Running Out of Eggs?
I feel like it’s the race I just haven’t been able to win. But on the other hand each month I am afraid I am getting too close to the fertility finish line. “I feel like since I only have so many eggs if I don’t hurry I am going to miss my chance.” But recent stats and studies tell a very different story than the old stats you may have been shown. What is the real truth about women’s fertility today?
How to get off the emotional rollercoaster
This is not what I thought trying to have a baby would be like. Out goes the spontaneity, in comes the pressure and the ticking of the proverbial biological clock. Fertility and its challenges so often are the source of pain, feeling isolated, disempowered and frustrated. This applies to both men and women! What 3 steps you take right now to get off this emotional roller coaster?
Don’t want to face family and friends?
While dealing with fertility issues, most ppl at one time or another hear insensitive remarks from people closest to them regarding their fertility. Most times those closest to us, especially if they haven’t experienced fertility issues themselves, have no idea what they say to you can be so hurtful. Or maybe you haven’t told anyone because your fertility issues are not something you announce at the family dinner party or happily spread around to all your friends. Whether they know or not, thinking about bringing up the topic of having kids with family and friends can be awkward. Many times you feel like retreating and being alone to deal with the issue. But if this goes on for any extended length of time you can really cut yourself off from living life. What steps should you take to make the situation with family and friends more comfortable again? Click here for a sample of what you get when you sign up as a member.
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