• No news is good news

    by  • November 5, 2012

    The IVF process means that there is a little more poking, prodding, and monitoring in the early stages than with a traditional pregnancy. By the time you reach 12 weeks, you’ve had already had a couple of ultrasounds, countless blood draws, and several adjustments in the meds. As soon as we hit 12 weeks...

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    My village

    by  • September 27, 2012

    “Better safe than sorry,” is a motto I have lived by for a long time when it comes to many things, especially healthcare. It’s one that has literally saved my life in the past. As a senior in college, I visited a university physician who casually recommended that, at some point down the road,...

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    Five minutes

    by  • August 26, 2012

    “It’s amazing how your life can change in five minutes,” spoken by someone who, five minutes earlier, had fingers crossed that the ultrasound we were waiting for would confirm the earlier pregnancy test and, thus, confirm that becoming a parent was finally a reality for her and her husband. It confirmed it, all right...

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