Have you experienced pregnancy loss? Or have one of your children been stillborn? I am so sorry if you have and I’m sending you a hug. There are no words that will make your pain go away, whether you lost your baby at six weeks or at term. In This is Pregnancy and Baby Loss, you’ll read short stories from other bereaved parents who share honestly their emotions. You’ll read that how you’re feeling is normal and that it’s OK to grieve, not only for your child but also your dreams.
Have you recently found out you’ll need fertility treatment, such as IVF, to start or grow your family? Or are you starting another cycle and would like some emotional support as you navigate the appointments, meds and scans? This is IVF and Other Fertility Treatments is a collection of short, true-life stories from infertility warriors – they share honestly their emotions, tips and thoughts about doing IVF and fertility treatments. This book is a valuable tool in your toolbox.
Are you about to experience the dreaded two-week wait after fertility treatment? These fourteen days have got to the hardest when the journey to parenthood is a struggle. This is the Two Week Wait is a collection of true-life short stories from infertility warriors about their experience – their emotions, tips and thoughts. The TTC community is here for you, bringing you comfort through their words, whatever the time of day or night.
When you’re thrust into the world of infertility, you’ll find yourself learning a new language, just to add to your stress. Wait! What! There’s a whole heap of slang words not dissimilar to texting, such as ttc, LOR, FSH and 5dp5dt. But don’t panic, this little FREE eBook has got your back. It lists over 250 common medical and non-medical abbreviations and acronyms.
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Are you overwhelmed with all the information you need to feel in control of your infertility journey? It’s not surprising as there’s such much to learn in order to understand what the doctor or nurse are talking about at appointments.
This jargon-free book explains over 300 medical and non-medical fertility and infertility terms, from ‘Acupuncture’ to ‘Zinc’. There are also simple illustrations help with the explanations of some medical terms and procedures. It will save you from the rabbit whole that is Google, but it doesn’t replace the advice of a healthcare professional.