This year, National Infertility Awareness Week is from April 24 - April 30

National Infertility Awareness Week - Let's Start a Conversation

Infertility affects millions of people around the world, impacting all races, religions, genders, and incomes. Still, the experience of infertility can be isolating for many. Some people facing fertility concerns feel as though they can’t share what they’re going through. Others worry that if they do share their situation or concerns, no one will understand. 
When you’re ready to get started on this journey, it’s a good idea to talk with your physician, health insurance carrier, and maybe even a lawyer to help you understand your legal rights and financial responsibility.

Fertility Options for LGBTQIA+ Family Planning

Here, we break down the different fertility treatment options for queer and same-sex parents. In decades past, adoption was the primary (and sometimes only) option for LGBTQIA+ couples that wanted to have children. Now, thanks to advances in assisted reproductive technology (ART), parents have more choices for growing their families.
Adding physical activity to your weekly routine, especially exercises that help you build muscle, will increase your chances of fertility with PCOS.

How Does Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Affect Fertility?

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a health condition caused by imbalances in your reproductive hormones. It’s also one of the most common causes of female infertility. Common signs of PCOS include acne, excess body hair, weight gain, obesity, and irregular periods.