In a discussion with Dr. Brooke Winner, a minimally invasive gynecologic surgeon in Seattle, WA, we define what ovarian cysts are, as well as talk about the different types, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and when surgery might be recommended. We also cover several of the same topics as it relates to endometriosis.
The disappointment, frustration with my body and sadness were overwhelming. I felt such guilt that I wasn’t able to give my husband a child that he so deserved.
Families come in all shapes, sizes, and forms, and with advanced medical practices, those who once could only dream of being parents are often able to experience the deep joy of parenthood. Today we are going to take a look at family building for gay, lesbian, and transgender individuals and couples. This is not a topic that is as readily discussed, so I’m excited to be able to share this conversation with Dr. Jani Jensen of RMIA.com with you!
Stress levels can take a toll on your physical and mental health, so it is important to incorporate self-care exercises that can help you deal with the roller coaster of emotions that you go through when trying to conceive. Stress may even be the leading factor in many cases of infertility. Making a plan and following through will help you manage the stress and anxiety and feel your best while you try to attain your dream. Here are a few tips:
The holidays—that time of year filled with cheer, shopping, cooking and attending gatherings. Yet for those struggling with infertility, this season also brings a hyper focus on the everyday reminders of that pain. The simple joy of seeing a child visit Santa or opening presents can be heart-wrenching when every child reminds you of your struggle with infertility.