Though this story comes from a married woman, through our Choice Mom allies at American Fertility Association, it is yet another example of how, sometimes, our doctors don’t always think through the reasons we might be facing fertility issues. And why we need to learn as much as we can from each other so we can ask the right questions.
There are alternatives to the "traditional" IUI route for Choice Moms. Here are some great resources.
Women on the Choice Mom discussion board are talking to each other this week about dealing with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). About 1 in 10 women find out eventually, often when they are unsuccessfully trying to conceive, that they suffer from PCOS, which is largely a hormonal imbalance.
I couldn’t get to Denver for the annual ASRM conference in 2010 which featured the latest findings in reproductive health. But I did compile some of the great information links that came out of it.