From the First IVF Baby to Modern A.R.T. – 35 Years of Innovation

Our National Infertility Awareness Week blog continues! Every day this week, we’ll feature one of our Circle of Support Sponsors as they share helpful information and advice about infertility, your options and coping. Today’s post is brought to us by Bronze Sponsor OvaScience. Thirty-five years ago, there were few options for couples wishing to have […]

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Is a Peer Support Group Right For Me?

At RESOLVE New England, we offer a variety of Peer Support Groups, led by people who understand the unique challenges and stresses of dealing with infertility and the many varied paths to family building. All of our Peer Group leaders are volunteers who have experience with infertility. While they are not mental health professionals, they […]

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Which Path to Choose? One Woman’s Story

Are you facing a crossroads about what family building path to take? One woman shares her story of decision-making. “You are not a candidate for IVF…” I had not prepared myself to hear those words or be faced with the decision: egg donation, adoption, or life without a child. I had suspected technical intervention based […]

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The Road Less Traveled: A Conversation on Life Beyond Children

With Keiko Zoll and Pamela Mahoney Tsigdinos As an infertility blogger, I have come across hundreds of perspectives and voices throughout the infertility experience. As anyone with infertility can tell you, everyone’s journey may share the same common themes but the paths we take can be vastly different. In 2010, I had the unique privilege […]

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Fertility Treatment Options for Women with Endometriosis

By Dr. Marc Laufer Recently, I saw 37-year-old woman who was concerned about her difficulty becoming pregnant after she and her husband had been trying for four months. Though her pelvic ultrasound was normal, she mentioned she had significant pain during her periods and some pain with sex. She had experienced this pain for many […]

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10 Things Your Reproductive Endocrinologist Wants You to Know

By Mary Elizabeth Sabatini, MD, PhD Having difficulty with conceiving is a very common medical problem. Approximately one out of every six couples will not be able to conceive after one year of trying. Thus any couple who has difficulty is not alone. Like any other medical problem, fertility troubles should not be ignored. In […]

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Preparing for Success: Alternative Fertility Treatments for Advanced Maternal Age

By Jose Ruiz Women struggling with infertility who find themselves of “advanced maternal age” often wonder whether acupuncture might be helpful to them. Acupuncture may be effective for women trying to conceive in a number of ways, especially in improving blood flow to the reproductive organs and correcting underlying imbalances that could be distracting the […]

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Women, Grief, and the Donor Egg Decision

If you’re considering donor egg or surrogacy as a family building option, join RESOLVE New England on Saturday, February 2nd, 2013 in Waltham, Mass. for our Donor Egg/Surrogacy Connect & Learn Seminar! by Phyllis Martin, M.ED., LPC Are you one of the many women who have been told your best chances of becoming pregnant are […]

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Choosing an Adoption Agency

If you’re considering adoption as a family building option, join RESOLVE New England on Saturday, February 2nd, 2013 in Waltham, Mass. for our Adoption Connect & Learn Seminar! By Dale Eldridge, LICSW, BCD For many people, the initial trips to an adoption agency are marked by feelings of sad resignation. Most prospective parents have grown […]

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RESOLVE to Get Involved in 2013!

As the clock reaches midnight tonight, what resolutions will you have made for the New Year? We hope you’ll resolve to get involved with RESOLVE New England in 2013! Looking for ways to get involved with our organization? Here are our top 5 resolutions to get involved with RNE in the New Year! In 2013, […]

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