April 2019 is National Infertility Month (NIAW) sponsored by the National Infertility Association (RESOLVE). This month of infertility awareness is purposely set to occur before Mother’s Day upcoming in May. Infertility Awareness may alleviate some of the distress for women who have been unable to get pregnant.
The movement’s objective is to bring awareness to the crisis infertility and support those suffering from the disease. Infertility is indiscriminate. Every race, religion, sexuality, and economic class is impacted by infertility. NIAW’s mission is to educate the public about the impact of infertility on society. The movement’s goal is to remove present day societal barriers created by infertility and reduce the shame suffered by those who are unable to conceive a child.
NIAW’s goal through this awareness movement is to remove present day societal barriers created by infertility. Infertility is a challenge facing American women. Infertility needs more attention and awareness from society, as well as the government.
The movement lets lawmakers know about the infertility crisis and why insurance should cover treatment costs. Insurance coverage for infertility is only available in 15 out of the 50 states in America. This is because many lawmakers erroneously believe that including fertility treatments would raise the cost of insurance for everyone.
Mandating insurance coverage for infertility treatment would actually:
RESOLVE has set the last week of April aside to provide a time for those suffering from infertility to seek support from their friends and families.
Infertility is a misunderstood medical condition – it impacts men and women of all ages.
The NIAW toolkit gives you the resources you will need to acknowledge this movement.
Other fertility awareness dates throughout the year.
It is important to work with a fertility doctor having the expertise to design a customized treatment plan meeting your financial and medical needs. To schedule your initial consultation with Dr. John Zhang at New Hope Fertility Center – call 917.525.5496.