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How to Tell Your Boyfriend You Can’t Have Children

When is the right time to have “the talk” about having kids with someone you’re dating? Even more importantly, how do you say “I can’t have children” if you’ve been diagnosed with infertility? These tips for telling someone you’re in love with – and perhaps even considering marrying – will give you the support and confidence you need. A reader inspired me to write this article. “How and when do I tell someone I’m dating that I am infertile?” asked Amanda on 9 Tips for a Happy Marriage for Co...
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How Stress Affects Your Fertility and Ability to Conceive

Stress – especially long-lasting or chronic stress – affects every part of your mind and body. Stress leads to physical inflammation, excess cortisol (stress hormone), and lower fertility levels in both women and men. You can’t avoid stress in life, but you can learn how to stop stressful situations from destroying your ability to conceive. The sooner you learn to manage stress in positive ways, the happier and healthier you’ll be. Different types of family and works stress affects female fe...
Tags: Health, Emotional Health, Focus, Infertility, Relationship Tips, University of Utah, Stress Management Tips, How To Get Pregnant, Female Fertility, Overcoming Infertility Stress, Fertility Prayers, Improve Chances Of Pregnancy, Not Getting Pregnant, Infertility Stress, Coping With Infertility, Depression & Anxiety


How to Stop Stress From Destroying Your Fertility

Stress – especially long-lasting or chronic stress – affects every part of your mind and body. Stress leads to physical inflammation, excess cortisol (stress hormone), and lower fertility levels in both women and men. You can’t avoid stress in life, but you can learn how to stop stressful situations from destroying your ability to conceive. The sooner you learn to manage stress in positive ways, the happier and healthier you’ll be. Different types of family and works stress affects female fe...
Tags: Health, Emotional Health, Focus, Infertility, Relationship Tips, University of Utah, Stress Management Tips, How To Get Pregnant, Female Fertility, Overcoming Infertility Stress, Fertility Prayers, Improve Chances Of Pregnancy, Not Getting Pregnant, Infertility Stress, Coping With Infertility, Depression & Anxiety


What Are the Best Ways to Cope With Fear of Infertility?

The fear of not being able to get pregnant is a very real concern for many women. Infertility fears are especially normal for women who are have been trying and failing to get pregnant for months or years. It’s not just women over 40 who are coping with fear of infertility; many women in their 20s get anxious and scared if it takes a long time to conceive a baby. This is understandable; infertility can be painful and socially isolating. My husband and I tried to get pregnant for several years...
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Living With Infertility? 5 Tips for Women Over 40

Living with infertility requires grit and grace — especially for women over 40 who believed they’d have children one day. What do you need to enter the second half of life as an infertile woman? How do you live happily with infertility when you always planned to have a family? I celebrated my 40th birthday several years ago; I’ve been living with infertility for almost 10 years. I remember asking “How do I live with infertility as a woman over 40?” Only recently did I discover the five questions...
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