Let's be honest. At times, undergoing fertility treatments may seem daunting, even overwhelming. You may feel like you're on a treadmill, or you've lost your way. It can be an emotional time.
Creating a fertility plan can help you take control of your situation. It can help put the medical, emotional, and financial aspects of your treatments into perspective. Read more in My Fertility Planning Guide about how you can draw up a personal plan with your partner and doctor to guide you through the treatment process.
Treating conception difficulties is not all about medicine. You're also in a very personal, often emotional phase of your life that involves making major time and financial commitments.
You can take control of your situation by working with your partner and doctor to draw up a fertility plan together. That way, you'll have an idea of what may lie ahead and when you might expect it.
It may also help to know that there are resources available to help you.
Looking for definitions for fertility terms? Visit our Glossary.
At times, you may feel the need for emotional support beyond what your family, friends, or partner can provide. There are many other support resources and patient advocacy groups willing to help you.
Your doctor is another resource. Many fertility clinics sponsor their own websites and provide their patients with information about reproductive health. Some centers also offer support resources to their patients.Reference: Fertility LifeLinesTM
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