Tag Archive for Asherman’s Syndrome

How to kill a conversation…

There is a certain kind of awkwardness that sometimes arises in conversations when asked whether I have children – a family. ‘I am married’, is my standard response, hoping this closes off further enquiry. Nonetheless, many will continue to probe, asking: ‘kids?’ Of course there is nothing truly intrusive with this question. A simple ‘no’ and moving onto a new… Read more →

Defying my Limitations

Many women and men are facing infertility every day. In fact Resolve (the National Infertility Organisation) quote that 7.4 million women (11.9%) have received fertility treatments, and that 1 in 8 couples in the US have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy. So, essentially there are women all around us facing daily roadblocks, hurdles and obstacles and potentially being… Read more →

A Cautionary Tale

I am now one of those ‘statistics’ when it comes to miscarriage! I one of the four women who have a miscarriage in the first trimester, and I’m also part of the total 1% of the population who experience recurrent miscarriages. Recently I also found out I’m one of the 5% of women who following a D&C (dilation and curettage… Read more →