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While you Wait Wednesdays: Baby Hour

I have posted before about how important I think it is to manage your emotions during this trying time of waiting for a baby. One of the techniques I recommend is to choose one day a week (I recommend Wednesdays) to postpone all your worries, concerns, questions, discussions with your spouse, to one day a week. This gives you the ... Read More »

The Truth about Trying Tuesday: New IVF Technique

This is excellent news for those who may need to do IVF. Although the research is new and may take awhile to become manistream this is a wonderful breakthrough! New IVF technique giving women better outcomes -Cindy Read More »

Miracle Mondays: Why the delay?

“A delay is not a denial from God.” -Rick Warren Sometimes I wish God spoke to us in dreams like he did in Bible times. (Unless, of course, there was bad news predicted!) But how much easier it would be if God told us, as he did to Sarah in Genesis that at this time next year you will give ... Read More »

Financial Fridays: Why Doesn’t Insurance Cover Infertility?

Do you believe that health insurance should provide coverage for infertility treatments? Should it cover all treatments in all cases or limited coverage?  According to the National Conference of State Legislatures: Although advances in infertility treatment have helped thousands of couples become parents, the procedures are not without controversy. Such procedures can be quite expensive— according to RESOLVE on average ... Read More »

The Thursday Thinker: Multiple Miscarriages

It is advised to see an infertility specialst if you have had 2 or more miscarriages. Do you think women should be tested routinely after one miscarriage to prevent the heartache of a second one? -Cindy Read More »

The Truth about Trying Tuesday: Luteal Phase Defect

According to the RESOLVE website Luteal Phase Defect is: Abnormalities in endometrial development — luteal phase defect (LPD) – are associated with infertility and early miscarriage. Luteal phase defect occurs when the endometrium is inadequately prepared, either because the secretion of progesterone by the ovary is below normal or because the endometrium isn’t responding to the normal stimulation by progesterone. ... Read More »

Miracle Monday: 6 Months from Now

One thing that was always comforting for me was to remember that God is working behind the scenes on my behalf.  All the time.  He is making things happen, allowing others to happen in my favor!  He is doing that for you too. Going through infertility feels like you have to make all these decisions and if you make the wrong ... Read More »

The Thursday Thinker: Revisiting Past Decisions

Have you gone through a time that you have questioned past decisions?  Maybe you would have gotten pregnant without Clomid?  Maybe you should have tried IVF?  Maybe you should have looked into alternative medicine?  Maybe you should have looked at adoption earlier?  Maybe you should have used an egg donor? There are all kinds of “Maybes”.  The fact is you made ... Read More »

The Truth about Trying Tuesdays: Endometriosis

Are you one of the millions affected by Endometriosis?  Here are the facts about this disorder: Endometriosis is a disorder of the female reproductive system in which endometrial tissue (the normal lining of the uterus) is found outside the uterine cavity. An estimated three to five million American women of reproductive age suffer from endometriosis. This disease is prevalent in ... Read More »

Miracle Monday: Is This a Test?

My New Years reading is the Purpose Driven Life, by Rick Warren.  I read it when it first came out but it is good to reread.  One of the points that was made was that “Life is a test”.  He explains how everything from our attitude in traffic to what we choose to spend our money on is a test, a test ... Read More »