Today’s post is an update on our journey with infertility. We are currently in the midst of month 29. This was the end of our first month with a new course of action for treatment and we survived Mother’s Day. You can find the entire post by clicking HERE or by going to my blog, Our Journey with Infertility, Month by Month, and TTC: Month 29.
Today’s post is part of Our Journey with Infertility is on Month 28 of this journey. Today is one of the more “intense” posts I feel I have posted because this month in particular has been difficult. To read the full post, please click here or go to my blog, Our Journey with Infertility, TTC Month by Month, Month 28.
We are officially in month 27 of our journey with infertility. Today’s post gives an overview of where we are, how we are coping, as well as how our newest treatment plan is going. To read the post in it’s entirety please go to Our Journey with Infertility on my blog, TTC Month by Month and TTC Month 27. You can also click here.
Today’s post is about our journey with infertility and month 26. This month, we have found out a problem that has been hindering us from being able to conceive, and we have had a month and a half of charting with the Creighton method. Today’s post can be found by going to Our Journey with Infertility and then to Trying to Conceive- Month by Month or by clicking here.
I now have an update for our journey with infertility. This is an update on month 25 and can be found by going to Our Journey with Infertility, then hover over TTC Month 25, and finally choosing TTC Month 25- Update or you can simply click here.
Today’s post was one I decided on because I have seen several questions recently as to opinions on if, when, and who to tell if you are struggling with infertility. This post is about my opinions and my experience with telling mine and my husband’s family about our struggles.
Sometimes I feel down about my diagnosis and our journey. Those feelings are completely normal. I have chosen not to dwell on those feelings however and to do everything in my power to overcome them. Today’s post gives more details about the exact things I have felt on this journey- fear, failure, sadness, and loneliness.