Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Month

My Infertility Story: Episode 7

This is the seventh, and final, episode in a series. If you missed Episodes 1 to 6, then click here to read this story from the beginning. My husband’s support I didn’t begin this story with husband, but I will end it with him because without him I would not have made it through this […]

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My Infertility Story: Episode 6

This is the sixth episode in a series. If you missed Episodes 1 to 5, then click here to read this story from the beginning. Using stories to initiate a dialogue with my children Fast forward five years after the birth of our daughter, Scarlett, to September 4, 2020: this is the date that I […]

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My Infertility Story: Episode 5

This is the fifth episode in a series. If you missed Episodes 1 to 4, then click here to read this story from the beginning. Finding our light After many years of travelling this road of loss, desperation, and hopelessness, we finally found light: on August 15, 2013 with the birth of our son William […]

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My Infertility Story: Episode 4

This is the fourth episode in a series. If you missed Episodes 1 to 3, then click here to read this story from the beginning. Weighing our options I am beyond grateful for science and the advancements in fertility treatment. My husband and I were so fortunate in that even with my diagnosis, we had […]

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My Infertility Story: Episode 3

This is the third episode in a series. If you missed Episode 1 or 2, then click here to read this story from the beginning. Getting my diagnosis After several weeks, we were contacted by our physician with an update. Ultimately, I was diagnosed with a condition rendering my egg quality “severely degraded,” such that […]

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My Infertility Story: Episode 2

This is the second episode in a series. If you missed Episode 1, then click here to read this story from the beginning. Coming to grips with my new reality The days and weeks that followed that fateful day were nothing less than emotional torment for both my husband and I, weaving in and out […]

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