Resolve New England Conference A to Z

By Kate Weldon LeBlanc Our 26th annual Resolve New England conference is this Saturday November 2nd. To say that this event is on our mind A LOT is really underestimating it. We truly pour our hearts and minds into this! Here are a whole bunch of reasons why we love our conference and think you […]

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Supporting Your ‘Cysters’ During PCOS Awareness Month

By: Kate Davies You would be hard pressed to find a woman who has never experienced the most “obvious” symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS): irregular periods and weight gain. Fortunately for many, these are merely temporary issues caused by any number of health and lifestyle changes. Unfortunately for others, they can be signs of […]

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New Hampshire Fertility Advocacy

By Kate Weldon LeBlanc RESOLVE New England is actively involved in advocating for insurance legislation in New Hampshire, in partnership with patients, advocates, and providers. The bill, SB 279, would provide group insurance coverage for the diagnosis of infertility, fertility treatment and fertility preservation in New Hampshire. In April an amended version of SB 279 […]

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It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint

By Natascia Armitage Here in Boston, Marathon Monday is one of the most exciting days of the year. The energy that can be felt all day long is electrifying. This Monday, 2 years after a successful frozen embryo transfer (FET), which resulted in my 18-month-old son Benson, I will be back running the Boston Marathon, and […]

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Breaking Down Barriers in Endometriosis Care

By Casey Berna, LICSW Endometriosis is a disease that impacts 1 in 10 women. Endometriosis can take 7-10 years to get diagnosed due to a striking lack of information regarding the disease in both the medical community and society at large. 40% of all women struggling with infertility struggle with endometriosis, since it can cause inflammation […]

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Movie Review: One More Shot

By Kate Weldon LeBlanc Last Saturday afternoon, it was 2 degrees, with angry, in-your-face, wind in Massachusetts. So I did what any hardy New Englander would do! I made a cup of tea, wrapped in a blanket on my couch, and watched a movie. I purchased and downloaded the film One More Shot from Vimeo. […]

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Infertility and the Holiday Season

By Heather Cavalieri Holidays are meant to be a time for cheer. Time to be spent with your family and loved ones. To have large gatherings where you celebrate everything you are grateful for, and all that you have accomplished in the previous year. It’s a time to set goals for your future, and to […]

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Advocacy Superheroine

By Jon Franke Think about a time when you were faced with adversity, or a situation that seemed unfair. What did you do? If you’re like most of us you made some noise, maybe complained a little bit, maybe even gave someone a piece of your mind. Then, maybe you dropped it, and went on […]

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Connecting in Real Life

By Heidi Gordon Four years ago, my journey to parenthood was at a crossroads. I had married at 36 and began trying to conceive straight away. After 6 months and no success, it was off to our first Reproductive Endocrinologist (RE) and the start of many treatments. Two and a half years later, we had […]

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BFF and TTC

By Kate Weldon LeBlanc Last year Sadie* reached out to me, knowing that I have experienced infertility and work at RESOLVE New England. She asked, “My best friend is going through IVF, but now I am pregnant and eventually will post about it on Facebook. How should I break the news to her?”. Most importantly, […]

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