Teens In The Dark About Their Reproductive Health

From “Infertility Knowledge and Attitudes in Urban High School Students” by.1 Clifford Librach and Susan Quach Adapted by Naomi Louder for Creating Families (Fall 2009) — Where infertility is concerned, we usually think of the reproductive-age couples affected, and we focus on the treatments that are available rather than on prevention. Several common causes of […]

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National Infertility Awareness Week, May 15-21, 2011

Infertility has dramatically increased in recent years. Today, one in six couples experiences fertility problems. Previously, only one in ten couples was affected. Those dealing with infertility or suffering reproductive loss know that it can bring much heartache and grief. In addition, infertility is a major life stressor which can lead to depression. Of the […]

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