Infertility is far more common than most of us know. In fact, impaired fertility affects 6.7 million women in the U.S. or about 11% of the reproductive-age population.
If you’re coping with infertility or making decisions about future fertility, you’ve probably found yourself asking questions, doing research and still feeling confused and unsure.
This is completely normal.
The decision to grow your family is not just a medical issue. It’s an emotional issue and a financial issue influenced by your values and beliefs; and a decision that will affect the rest of your life.
There are no easy answers. The solutions and choices you make will be as nuanced and unique as the new life you hope to bring into the world.
That’s why I created the guide
Understanding Common Causes of Infertility
This free guide will help you by providing you the answers you need to understand:
- How to talk about infertility.
- How infertility can affect women, men and couples.
- The answers to common questions about infertility
- Possible treatment options.