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  • #2035

    Tifanny
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    While a bit of positive stress can be healthy known as eustress. Stress due to infertility is typically experienced at higher than average levels which may quickly run the body down. Consistent, very high levels of stress can cause normal functioning systems of the body to “shut down” even if temporarily. This “shut down” may effect the function of the heart, lungs and nervous system. Negatively impacting the overall health of the body. One of the body systems readily affected by stress is the reproductive system. It is important to learn the relationship between stress and your fertility and then diligently work to lower stress levels every day. In conclusion, eat well, exercise, manage stress, and consider herbs and natural therapies to support and promote regular ovulation. They are steps that are relatively easy to adhere to and important for anyone on their fertility journey.

    #2047

    Anonymous

    surrogacy is the most common method or way of having a child.
    i was also very stressed during my first marriage as i had many complications while getting pregnant.
    I conceived for three times but always resulted in miscarriage.
    I’m 43 years old now.
    Now i am married again and me and my husband are thinking of having of having a baby.
    I guess keeping in aspects like me a woman should probably go for surrogacy method to have a baby..
    We are looking for a good clinic to support us and guide us through the whole process.

    #2069

    Stormi
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    You, like all women trying to get pregnant,. Have a lot to deal with. You’re taking time off from work for doctor appointments. Having blood drawn. Having pelvic exams. Ultrasounds. Injections. Taking basal temperatures. Timing intercourse, and undergoing various diagnostic procedures. As if the cost and discomfort of solving the problems with fertility aren’t enough. You also have to deal with being on an emotional roller coaster. A husband who may not participate in your medical treatments as much as you’d like. Friends and family who make insensitive comments. And social situations that are almost unbearably painful like a baby shower. I know what you’re going through. Just like you, sought fertility treatments because I could not get pregnant on my own. I felt as if my body had betrayed me each month I didn’t get pregnant. I gained weight while on fertility drugs.I just didn’t have the energy to exercise because I was feeling so sad and emotionally depleted. I didn’t feel sexy, and I put off buying clothes in hopes that I would be buying maternity clothes soon. The main focus of my life was trying to become pregnant.

    #2075

    Stormi
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    Many women feel grief over the children that they will never have. The may even feel rage, envy, anger, or depression. Worrying about whether using a donor egg will make the child feel less like your own is also common. If you are suffering from infertility. You’re not alone and you do have options available. But dealing with your emotions first is vital. And this means being open with your partner at all times. You may find professional help and counsel useful. Or techniques like mindfulness, meditation, and yoga to process and deal with your feelings. And prepare your mind and body for the next step. There have been enormous advances in the field of modern fertility. Which mean that you can now safely and comfortably use a donor egg for procreation. You don’t always have control over the way things happen in life or the hand you’re dealt. But thanks to the modern age that we live in, you and your partner don’t have to give up on your dream of starting a family.

    #2083

    Anika louis
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    Hey. So sad to hear that. I can understand your situation. Feeling of not becoming mother is so painful. I had cervical incompetence. Due to which i was left infertile. I spent my 7 years in treatment. I really wanted to be mother. I chose to go for surrogacy. I went to the suggested clinic in Europe. I have a baby girl now. I m so blessed to have her. I hope people out there will get an advantage by my comment.

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