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    Default Article: Explaining the burden of infertility

    This was written by one of our loveliest Bubhub Members.

    I think it perfectly expresses some of the difficulties that many of us face when dealing with infertility. The emotional hurdles are so ....

    “When a couple makes the huge decision to have a baby, they have so many hopes and dreams. They think with excitement on the cute outfits to dress their child in. How they may design the nursery with a jungle theme and how Dad will coach his son’s soccer team. They plan how many children they want, who will stay home with the baby, will Mum go back to work?

    But no couple plans infertility and once there, many of us struggle to deal with it ...
    Use the link below to read the full article.


    I will let her identify herself if she wants to - but just wanted to post that here for people to discuss and share their stories as well.

    If you have a friend or family member going through IVF or having difficulties trying to conceive - this is a great article to help you understand some of that.
    Last edited by BH-tech; 25-02-2016 at 14:37. Reason: Content Update

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    Very well said. This made me cry. I've been there, I know how hard it is. To all the ladies who are ttc, keep on trying, stay positive, we can do this together.

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