Fertility Crisis – No Sperm

This post was written Thursday of last week (5th of April), but I just couldn't complete it/post it until now. I couldn't post anything. It's all just been too hard. I did not expect this. I've been crying for hours. There are no words that can describe the unbearable sadness. It's more than a sadness.... Continue Reading →


Training for the Marathon of Fertility. Cont.

This is the 2nd post about my "Training for Fertility". You can read the first post here. As I said in my previous post, this phase of fertility feels like the training phase for a marathon. You know it's going to take a long time and that you'll likely have to push through some dark... Continue Reading →

April Fools and Pregnancies

I've really noticed this issue getting a lot of attention in the past 2-3 years. If you're not sure which issue I'm talking about, it's simple. Some people have apparently faked positive pregnancy tests and used them to April Fools people. I admit, I've not really given this much thought in the past. I've either... Continue Reading →

Training for the Marathon of Fertility

I feel like I'm in some sort of 'training phase' for a Fertility Marathon. I'm taking tests, getting a 'starting medication' regime sorted, trying to make better lifestyle choices and planning which route of the Marathon to take. Ovulation Induction, IVF, ICSI... etc. I hate marathons, sport in general really, but the Marathon analogy seems relevant.... Continue Reading →

Fertility – Finding My Specialist

Since I had several Panic Attacks and Anxiety attacks last year around IVF and my husband not being allowed in the room for the extraction, I tried a variety of ways to get support. They all amounted to nothing. So now I've decided to go the Private Specialist route. Definitely going to be more expensive...... Continue Reading →

Fertility – time to get real

As you may know, I had a bit of a rough time trying to get an IVF specialist to accomodate my Mental Health and Panic Attacks last year. I called several services, clinics and specialists. They all said the same thing, it's against policy to have a partner/support person in the room. Not the laws... Continue Reading →

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