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A Husband's IVF Journey

Postby Mike26 » Sat Jan 15, 2011 6:20 am

Hello everyone. I have truly enjoyed reading the posts on this site. I've been inspired to start my own blog and I encourage you to come by and visit. I hope this year brings babies and smiles to everyone!!

As I was researching, I was surprised to find very few blogs, articles, or posts written from a man's perspective. While it's obvious the women do the "Heavy Lifting" on this mission, I was in search of other men's experiences in supporting their significant others through this journey. I find myself feeling a bit inadequate each time I review the plan for injections, ultrasounds, blood tests, etc....and I think about my role. My desire is to provide a view of my experiences for anyone interested.
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Re: A Husband's IVF Journey

Postby hotgreentea » Mon Jan 17, 2011 8:12 pm

I would love to read your perspective. It's hard to know what my husband thinks about all of this.
Sherry & DJ
ttc our #1 since January 2006
stage II endo, pcos and MFIF
IUI#1=fail
IVF#1 = BFN :(
8 excellently beautiful embryos on chill just waiting to be transferred
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Re: A Husband's IVF Journey

Postby Bethanne » Mon Jan 24, 2011 4:02 am

where can i read this blog?
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Re: A Husband's IVF Journey

Postby debbiefrip » Tue Feb 08, 2011 4:42 pm

My husband has been dealing with all this really well but sometimes I think he wants a child more than I do. He hasn't really found a good support group or any friends to talk about this with. Maybe blogging would be a good outlet. Do you have a link to your husband's blog. I am sure my husband would enjoy reading another man's perspective.
2 IVF's and still waiting with Alert 1 and my dh.
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Re: A Husband's IVF Journey

Postby mielusgreenvard10 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 11:17 pm

I was in search of other men's experiences in supporting their significant others through this journey. I find myself feeling a bit inadequate each time I review the plan for injections, ultrasounds, blood tests
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