When Getting Pregnant Isn’t Easy

Infertility can be a surprise, but take control by being fully informed of the facts and what you can do.

Understanding Infertility
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Considering a Fertility Specialist?

  • When should you consider seeing a Reproductive Endocrinologist?
  • What will that visit be like?
  • What questions can a Reproductive Endocrinologist answer?

How Have Others Approached Infertility?

You’re not alone – not by a long shot! Having trouble getting or staying pregnant is more common than the average person realizes – it’s an issue for 1 in 8 couples1 – and there are different paths forward depending on each unique situation.

LGBTQ Couples: Explore Your Options

Same-sex families have so many ways to grow. Where should you start?

Resource Hub

You’ll find videos, brochures, and documents throughout the Fertility LifeLines site, in places we anticipated would be the most helpful. However, if you want to browse all of our assets in one spot, you can find them in the Resource Hub.

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RESOLVE, Fast Facts About Infertility, Accessed July 2016