The fertility journey is a winding road of hope. Nothing about it is linear or predictable. The quest to achieve a pregnancy is often filled with fear, disappointment, hope, frustration, fear, anxiety and so much more. Most don’t expect to find themselves facing challenges and as such are often not aware of the amazing resources that exist. Anyone can be challenged to have a family because Infertility does not discriminate. In this post, you’ll find a list of resources to support your fertility journey.
The Broken Brown Egg
BBE is primarily a personal blog to empower, inform and advocate for anyone questioning or experiencing the impact of infertility.
Robyn is a great resource for aspiring parents. It recognizes that everyone has a unique path to parenthood and offers a myriad of wellness experts that can provide support on the journey.
American Society of Reproductive Medicine
This organization is devoted to the advancing knowledge and expertise in reproductive medicine.
This National Association is dedicated to ensuring that everyone facing challenges in growing their family reaches resolution. They offer resources in the form of online events, support groups and a professional directory.
Pregnantish is an online magazine helping both men and women navigating the realities of infertility and fertility treatments.
Everything you need to know to increase your knowledge about infertility. A great resource to start with for family building.
Members of the LGBT community interested in becoming parents or growing their families can find resources here.
Black Women and Fertility
A blog dedicated to providing women of color and all women the love, support and resources needed during infertility.
This is a great resource for anyone considering adoption as a family building option.
Coping with Infertility, Miscarriage and Neonatal Loss: Finding Perspective and Creative Meaning
Thoroughly researched coping strategies are offered in this book by psychologist Amy Wenzel.
An excellent companion for anyone facing fertility struggles. The book provides tools to help reduce a sense of helplessness and isolation, mourn the losses of infertility and addresses differences in coping styles between partners.
The IVF Planner
This journal was created to help you organize the process, handle the stress better, and bring focus and clarity to your personal IVF journey.
What resources have you used to support your fertility journey? Feel free to comment what you would add to the list.