This is part two of our “How Couples Can Support One Another Through the Infertility Experience series. For part one, please click here. By: Holly Yager, M.Ed., RCC, CCC Well Woman… moreabout:How Couples Can Support One Another Through the Infertility Experience: Part Two
This is part one of two blog posts that detail how couples can support each other during infertility. Part two will be posted on September 24, 2014. By: Holly Yager,… moreabout:Wellness Wednesday: How Couples Can Support One Another Through the Infertility Experience: Part One
Susan Lockhart, PhD, MBA, BScN Director Clinical Operations Genesis Fertility Centre Two weeks ago we discussed stress and infertility. Stress has never conclusively been shown to have a negative impact… moreabout:Wellness Wednesday: Stress and Infertility – Coping with IVF treatment
By: Susan Lockhart, PhD, MBA, BScN and Director of Clinical Operations at Genesis Fertility Centre Female sexuality is influenced by multiple factors: culture, religion, ethics, and individual personality traits all contribute…. moreabout:Wellness Wednesday: Female Sexuality and Infertility
By: Dr. Sonya Kashyap The comments published on May 12’s edition of the National Post with regards to “Pregnancy is a want, not a need,” were very disheartening to read…. moreabout:Infertility Does Not Discriminate; Why Should We?
To learn what not to say to someone who is childless, not by choice, read here. I thought I would post this list in time for the holidays!
There are lots of ways to have children in your life. One way is through adoption. November is National Adoption Month. There are three main ways couples find children to… moreabout:National Adoption Month
If you are a woman planning to hoping to conceive please call your mother, if you can, and ask her when she went through the menopause. Specifically ask her what… moreabout:Mother’s Menopause
Earlier this week I received a call from an old friend saying he was recently diagnosed with cancer. He starts chemotherapy next week. Fortunately, in the all the upset of… moreabout:Sperm from stem cells
The US Center for Disease Control (CDC) monitors many different diseases and health outcomes. Today they released their report on Assisted Reproductive Technology for 2009 today. They have some 2010… moreabout:CDC ART Report