Infertility

Infertility Part 5

Infertility Part 5

This week, we finish up with the final post on Infertility:  How infertility impacts sex in a relationship.

As you have probably already gathered from the blogs earlier in this week's topic, infertility is not just about sex and conception.  There is SO much more that a couple goes through with infertility, including the devastating impact that infertility can have on a couple's sexual relationship.  

Infertility Part 4

Infertility Part 4

If you have continued reading this week, you are most likely experiencing infertility or know someone who is. Hopefully our information has been and will be informative for this difficult process. I know we've said it earlier in the week but it needs to be said again.....Our hearts go out to any couple experiencing this difficult process. 

Infertility Part 3

Infertility Part 3

Infertility is a very stressful thing to endure in a couple's relationship.  The experience of infertility literally has an impact on every aspect of your life, including your relationship with your partner.  Each person experiencing infertility responds in very different ways.  Today I will talk about coping with the stress of infertility and its impact on relationships. 

Infertility Part 2

Infertility Part 2

If you are experiencing infertility currently, please know our hearts go out to you. There are many different emotions that will be experienced throughout an infertility process. Infertility can trigger depression and anxiety when you may have never experienced these emotions before. This can begin to affect your marriage in hurtful ways.

Infertility Part 1

Infertility Part 1

1 in 8.  Did you know that 1 in 8 couples experience infertility at some point in their relationship?  Infertility can take many forms: for some it is multiple miscarriages and pregnancy losses, for others it’s the inability to conceive a child at all.  There is even a term called “secondary infertility” where a couple has given birth naturally to a child, and then can’t conceive again to grow their family.