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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3 Tips for Surviving Mother’s Day from One “Someday Mom” to Another

Mother’s Day isn’t just another Sunday in May to anyone who’s ever experienced infertility. The holiday evokes such strong emotions for those who want nothing more than to parent, and in the days leading up to the occasion, can be a great period of emotional stress. I should know – I’m in that zone right […]

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How the Lisa Fenn Gordenstein Access Scholarship Helped Me

RESOLVE New England is honored to announce that we have received a renewal of our $10,000 grant from the TJX Foundation to support our Lisa Fenn Gordenstein Access Scholarships. A RESOLVE New England member and volunteer shares how these scholarships have benefited she and her husband in their family-building journey. For one glorious fall weekend […]

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Talking to Family and Friends About Infertility

With just today and tomorrow left during this National Infertility Awareness Week, our post today comes from two clinical social workers at the Center for Infertility and Reproductive Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. They discuss how to navigate sharing your infertility journey with others; we know you’ll find lots of helpful advice in this […]

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Lifestyle Habits in IVF Patients: How Good Do You Need to Be?

Today our post for National Infertility Awareness Week focuses on self-care and how day-to-day living can be while cycling during fertility treatments. Dr. Ali Domar, executive director of the Domar Center for Mind/Body Health at Boston IVF, share with us these unique insights in this special post today. One of themes I hear the most […]

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Managing Your Infertility… Instead of it Managing You!

National Infertility Awareness Week begins today! Our next post comes from Dr. Mary Casey Jacob from the Center for Advanced Reproductive Services, one of our Circle of Support sponsors. Today, Dr. Jacob talks about how to regain some control in your infertility experience. If you’re looking for more ways to manage the stress of infertility, […]

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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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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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