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Do Not Tell Me That the Pain of Secondary Infertility Isn't Real

No, I didn& want to just stop trying—and thankfully I didn&

Our Secondary Infertility Journey: Part 2

Part Two--Last week I talked about what we went through the last four years in dealing with secondary infertility. Today I'd like to share a bit about the emotional side of it, and some unexpected challenges.

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Why We Haven't Told the World We're Expecting

Karma Brown delivers emotional punch with infertility tale

Karma Brown delivers emotional punch with infertility tale

The Canadian author's sophomore novel is an old-fashioned tear-jerker, tackling an important, yet taboo, topic.

They want a baby. The economy won’t play along. - The Washington Post

They want a baby. The economy won’t play along.

They want a baby. The economy won’t play along. - The Washington Post Great article for Informational Text for Class

Do Not Tell Me That the Pain of Secondary Infertility Isn't Real  - Redbook.com

Do Not Tell Me That the Pain of Secondary Infertility Isn't Real

Do Not Tell Me That the Pain of Secondary Infertility Isn't Real - Redbook.com

Wonderful article on longing for a second child. I didn't go through the drugs part, but I felt the pain.

Secondary infertility: One is not enough

Those of us who suffer from secondary infertility, we know how much we have. We know how lucky we are to parent the child(ren) we have. We are incredibly grateful for the gifts in our life and we don’t look past them.

This goes out to the women who whine about how it took 2 whole months to get pregnant... seriously: STFU!

This always annoys me. Women who took clomid or metformin from their OB or family doctor and got pregnant and think they can relate to IUI or IVF. Thankfully for them, they have no real clue!

Learning you may never have a second child may be overwhelming, but there are ways to deal with the reality of infertility

7 Ways to Cope With Secondary Infertility

If you have one child, surely you can have another? Not necessarily. Maggie O'Farrell on the hidden anguish of secondary infertility

Why many women are unable to have a second child

Why many women are unable to have a second child. 6 out of 10 infertility cases are secondary infertility, just because you had a child doesn't mean you can have a second

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