Are We Finally Bucking the Trend About Bad Infertility News?

By Terri Davidson Having worked in the infertility field in marketing and public relations for nearly two decades, I sometimes feel like I have seen it all, including the “good, bad and the ugly” of how the media portrays infertility. When I was a newbie marketing director in the Boston area in the early 1990’s, […]

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PCOS: From “Not Me” to “That’s Me”

In our final post for PCOS Awareness Month, blogger Jamie shares her personal story of how she was diagnosed with PCOS and how her diagnosis finally made sense after years of symptoms. By Jamie When we married at 30 years old, I was healthy and in good shape, and always had been. I had never […]

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7 Tips for Sourcing Accurate Infertility Information on the Internet

By Diane Clapp, BSN, RN All of us look for resources and information when we are confronted by a difficult medical situation, particularly if there are many options for treatment and many specialists working in the field. One of the best, and sometimes the worst, resources is the internet. The internet can give you current […]

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Poker Face: A Story of Coping With Infertility

This week, RESOLVE New England member and blogger, Her Royal Fabulousness, shares with us her infertility journey so far and how she manages to cope during the tough days while still being true to her journey. In my dreams, this turned out differently. When I wake, I still have a few moments of forgetting that […]

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Leader of Infertility Blogger Revolution to Speak at RESOLVE New England Annual Conference

(Waltham, MA – July 16, 2010) Melissa Ford, leader of an infertility blogger revolution that is changing the way infertility patients interact with each other and their treatment providers, will be the keynote speaker at RESOLVE of New England’s Annual Fertility Treatment, Donor Choices, and Adoption Options Conference on Saturday, November 6, 2010 in Marlborough, […]

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