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How to Support Each Other Through Infertility Treatment

Infertility is one of the toughest medical predicaments a couple can face together. Coping with the inability to conceive is difficult for the strongest of relationships. Despite being a medical condition, many people feel responsible and guilty about their infertility. Coping with infertility can seem difficult, but there are tools that can help you to get through the process. 

Coping With Infertility Treatment

The amount of stress a couple experiences while undergoing In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) can be determinative of pregnancy success or failure. Research has shown that stress can reduce your chances of conceiving through IVF.

Why is this important? Couples should have the tools to reduce one another's stress to better cope with infertility treatment.

Know Your Emotions are Normal

It is normal to have an emotional reaction to facing infertility treatment. Caring for your emotions are as important as the physical aspects of infertility treatment. It’s important to recognize your feelings as a normal part of dealing with infertility treatment. 


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Most people do not think about their ability to have a baby until they start trying unsuccessfully.  It’s common for people to think that they’ll have no problem at all once they’re ready to start a family. Unfortunately, as many as one in eight couples will have trouble conceiving. Hearing that your dreams of having a family will be delayed can be hard to take. Give yourself some time to work through the emotions of struggling to have a baby and understand what that means for your future.

Communicate Your Needs

Communication is a key component of a happy relationship. It is important that you communicate with your partner as well as friends and family who will support you during infertility treatment. Be open about your feelings and voice what you need from your loved ones. Understand that your partner has his/her own emotions about infertility treatments. It's likely he/she will show and communicate their feelings differently than you do. Try to not get upset that your partner is not reacting the same way you are.


More Helpful Infertility Treatment Resources

Contact New Hope Fertility NYC if you’re struggling to get pregnant and are considering IVF. It is important to work with a fertility care team understanding which IVF treatment protocol is best for you as an individual. Customized IVF care at New Hope Fertility NYC offers the highest success rates and best overall patient satisfaction.

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