Tag Archive for Infertility Stories

Multiple Miscarriages? Be an advocate for yourself. By Lora Shahine

Multiple miscarriages? Be an advocate for yourself: When to ask more from your provider… Lora Shahine, a Physician from Pacific NW Fertility gives her expert view on recurrent miscarriage.   Women with miscarriages tell me they feel broken and often ignored. When they are feeling the most vulnerable and grieving a loss of pregnancy they can hear statements from their providers… Read more →

Breaking Social Norms

Infertility affects approximately 1 in 10 couples, and 1 in 4 pregnancies result in miscarriage. Fertility rates decline by around 10% per month for women over the age of thirty-five. Recurrent miscarriage (over three losses in a row) affects 1% of the female population. Nowadays, everywhere I go, it feels as though these infertility statistics are taunting me. Had I… Read more →

Anna Writes – Guest Blog

Anna’s story is particularly frustrating, after experiencing recurrent miscarriages; her tests came back with a rare chromosomal deficiency as well as lupus.  Anna is a fellow writer releasing her first novel ‘Killing Hapless Annie’ in 2016.  She is also a mother of three boys. Thank you for sharing your story. When you first start trying for a baby, perhaps it… Read more →