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Trying To Conceive Is A Team Effort

Have you ever felt as though infertility has isolated you from those around you?  Did you ever think, even just or a moment, that you are the only one experiencing the stress associated with trying to conceive? You are not alone.   Your fertility care team is here, ready, willing and able to help you achieve your dreams of becoming a parent.
For many women, infertility is difficult to talk about.  For some, that difficulty is the result of the emotions that go hand in hand with fertility treatment. For others, they have made the choice to not make their family aware of their struggles.  There are some things you can do to negate these feelings:2015-35
  • Share – One of the best ways to deal with feelings of isolation is to talk about what you’re experiencing.  Our support groups provide a great opportunity to discuss your journey while trying to conceive with women who are experiencing similar circumstances.
  • Be honest – Have discussions with your partner or spouse about your fertility treatments and plan.  Some of your feelings of isolation may be because of your choice to discuss, or not to discuss, certain issues. Talk with your partner about how you’re feeling, but don’t expect him to have the same reactions you did.  Everyone is different and has different ways of dealing with stressful situations.
  • Ask questions – Take time to speak with your fertility care team.  Ask the questions you want to know the answers to.  Our staff is always happy to speak with a patient about their progress.  Your team is constantly working on your case and researching ways we can improve our methodology as we are your partners in your journey to growing your family.

Choose New Hope Fertility Center to be your teammates on your journey to parenthood. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.

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