No One Is Talking About Their Infertility Issues - The Problem Is That Not Talking Affects Everyone.

One in eight American couples will experience infertility, and 1.1 million women will undergo treatment this year, but oddly few...
One in eight American couples will experience infertility, and 1.1 million women will undergo treatment this year, but oddly few couples are talking about it, according to a new eye opening piece at MSN. According to the piece a typical scene at fertility clinics is that, “Patients slink around and sit in corners because they don’t want to see anyone they know from their work or social circle... even if it would mean they would know someone going through the same thing.” In fact, just 5% of patients take advantage of the psychological support services their clinic offers, despite data showing how helpful they can be. What's the big deal? A lot. While it's totally your right to remain mum about infertility issues, this silence hurts more than just the couples experiencing infertility. When patients stay quiet it means infertility remains an anonymous epidemic. This means less funding for infertility research and less research overall conducted in the area of infertility. Additionally research shows that infertility is an extremely stressful issue for couples and talking about it can help lessen the stress. To find out where you can get support for any infertility issue visit RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. *Source

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