Transatlantic Family Building

By Eloise Edington My husband and I had been married for three years before we started trying for a baby. We used to talk in depth about what they’d be called and what they’d be like. So around May 2015, when we thought ‘Right, now is the time to get going!’, we felt both excitement […]

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How to Naturally Boost Your Reproductive Health

By Liane Moccia Deciding to start a family is a beautiful and exciting time. But for many of us, we soon realize it is not going to be so simple. Depending on your personal journey, you may feel like what should happen so easily and naturally has turned into a very sterile, medical process that […]

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Voicing Our Truth

By Kathleen and Melanie “Everything looks good. Your scans all came back clean. You’re young and healthy so I am very optimistic.” Melanie and I started our journey to parenthood in September of 2018. Obviously, our journey included a lot more doctors and appointments than most couples, right from the start. On top of all […]

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Coping Through the Unexpected

Coping Through the Unexpected: Cancelled Fertility Treatment During COVID-19 By Angela My husband and I have been trying to have a child since 2017. I got diagnosed with Diminished Ovarian Reserve (DOR) at the age of 30. I have a very low number and poor quality of eggs. When you go through three pregnancy losses, as […]

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Not a laughing matter

The coronavirus pandemic is truly an unprecedented time in our lives, which is challenging on nearly every level. Emotionally, many of us feel anxious, lonely, or sad, or all of the above and more. This is why Resolve New England is so glad to continue to offer our peer support groups, just now in a […]

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Stress and Fertility

By Kerry Hinds and Dr. Alison Zimon The effect of stress on our health has become a major topic of conversation over the last few decades. Our lives are continuously becoming more stressful. We live in a society that values ‘busyness,’ and believes that success is tied to action. Do do do. Do more. Do […]

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“To the early women”

by Katie C. We are the early women. The ones who sit silently at the lab for bloodwork before rush hour. The ones who wait next for ultrasounds. We follow each other in a quiet solidarity. I want to reach out — to ask, how is it for you? How are you managing? Is it […]

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