Educating Yourself on Your Path to Parenthood

By Donna Daley As I sat wondering how to address the things that are important when dealing with infertility, a light bulb went off. For all the years that I dealt with my own fertility issues and for the years that I have counseled hundreds of Intended Parents who desired only one thing and that […]

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New Hampshire Senator Matthew Houde Named 2012 Legislator of the Year by RESOLVE New England

(Waltham, MA, October 19, 2012) – RESOLVE New England has named New Hampshire State Senator Matthew Houde their 2012 Legislator of the Year. Celebrating the achievements of Senator Houde for his advocacy efforts on behalf of the infertility community of New Hampshire, the Senator will receive his award at RESOLVE New England’s Annual Paths to […]

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5 Tips for Beginning the Donor Egg Process

One of our volunteers shares her experiences with IVF with donor egg and offers tips to beginning the process. Learn more at our Donor Egg/Surrogacy Connect & Learn Seminar on Saturday, June 2nd. How would I describe the donor egg process? I may compare it to riding in the back seat of a New York […]

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Are You Missing Critical Information About Your Infertility?

I got a letter in the mail yesterday thanking me for attending a local educational seminar on infertility and the letter got me thinking about all the times I speak at these events, including the amount of time and effort (not to mention hairspray, make-up, and wardrobe) I put into these educational events (as compared […]

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Donor Egg/Surrogacy Connect & Learn: Taking the First Step in Our Journey

Are you considering whether or not to attend RESOLVE New England’s Donor Egg/Surrogacy Connect & Learn Seminar on June 2nd? Read on for why one RNE member found such value in our Winter Connect & Learn Seminar and what you can learn on June 2nd. Register online for our Donor Egg/Surrogacy Connect & Learn here. […]

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Real Stories of Hope from Parents After Infertility

We have a special post this week featuring real stories from couples who have gone on to parent after infertility. To hear more about these stories from these parents in person, join us for a FREE special discussion panel next week for National Infertility Awareness Week: Parenting After Infertility: Stories of Hope When: Thursday, April […]

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Making Time for the Five-Star Patient Experience (Updated)

Author Kristen Magnacca shares with us a special guest blog post today, making the case for why infertility professionals should attend our forthcoming event, The Five-Star Patient Experience. Updated April 13, 2012: This event has been postponed until further notice. If you’d like to receive updated on when it has been rescheduled, please click here. […]

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Advocacy Day 2012: Will You Be There to Represent New England?

Each year, RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association hosts Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. This year’s Advocacy Day will take place on Wednesday, April 25th, right in the middle of National Infertility Awareness Week. What is Advocacy Day? Advocacy Day is a unique opportunity for men and women from all over the country […]

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What National Infertility Awareness Week Means to Me

When I’m not working for RESOLVE New England, I write as The Infertility Voice at my blog. But I wasn’t always so vocal about being infertile. In fact, for a long time, I was completely ashamed of being infertile. I felt like such a disappointment to my husband and even more so to myself. I […]

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March is Endometriosis Awareness Month

March marks the annual health awareness month recognition of Endometriosis Awareness Month. Often stigmatized as merely “killer cramps,” endometriosis is a poorly-understood disease characterized by pelvic pain, painful menstruation, infertility and pregnancy loss, pain with sexual activity, gastrointestinal and urinary tract difficulties and more. Understanding Endometriosis During normal menstruation, the lining of the uterus (endometrium) […]

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