Attain Fertility Blog
Our infertility blog features reproductive endocrinologists, fertility experts and guest bloggers – all sharing their stories and tips to help you get pregnant and find peace along the journey. Stay up to date with our blog to get the latest news on cutting edge infertility treatment, emotional support and financing options. Join us each week as we share the latest fertility news and information right here on our blog.
We often devote a great deal of our time and energy to others: family, work and friends, but what about ourselves? Making positive changes can impact our mental, emotional, and physical health. This can be helpful when dealing with the difficult emotions and stress that accompany infertility. Below I list 10 areas in our lives that we can all try to improve. If you are ready to make healthy changes, pick one, two, or three of the areas below that could help you improve your own state of being. Remember:(more...)
As we wrap up our #31DaysofHope campaign, we want to say “Thanks” to all of you. We really are touched by your support of each other and your engagement with our community. Sharing words of hope and inspiration with you all is incredibly rewarding and we hope you continue to share your own words of hope and inspiration with us as you travel along your family-building journeys. You can always message us, share your thoughts with us over on our Facebook wall, or leave a sweet comment right here on the blog. But, before we say goodbye to 2014, we want to take a peek down memory lane. We spent some time last week reviewing all of the blog and website stories we ran this past year. Today, we(more...)
“Hope lies in dreams, in imagination, and in the courage of those who dare to make dreams into reality” - Jonas Salk
As we enter this holiday season, we often hear the word HOPE. But do you ever pause to think and ask yourself: “What is hope?” The Merriman-Webster Dictionary defines hope as:(more...)
The holiday season seems particularly stressful for many of our patients struggling with fertility concerns. I try to emphasize to every patient who comes to our center that they will ultimately be successful if they are willing and able to be persistent. I acknowledge up front that there will be challenges along the way and that the road will not always be smooth. Here are some of the challenges that I like to discuss with my patients, just so they can be aware of what they might expect:(more...)