It’s OK To Be Scared When Trying To Get Pregnant

Dealing with infertility can be frightening. It is perfectly normal to be scared about fertility treatment and the unknown. When you’ve been trying to conceive, it is common to be scared about not being able to have the family you dream of. For some women, the journey to motherhood takes longer than others. That doesn’t mean that it can’t or won’t happen for you, just that your path is longer than others.

We see patients every day that were told that their fertility concerns would be nearly impossible to overcome. Some women are turned away from care due to the age, FSH levels or the number of eggs they’re able to produce during a cycle. At New Hope Fertility, we don’t turn away women due to any of those concerns. Our philosophy of treating each woman as an individual has allowed us to have high success rates while reducing the amount of in fertility medication that is administered.

One of the best ways to address the fears of the unknown is to understand what is going on with your body. Take time to understand your diagnosis and your fertility plan. Our staff is here to address all of your concerns, including taking the time to thoroughly explain all of your procedures.

Next, talk with other couples that have experienced fertility struggles. By sharing your experience, and hearing what other couples have used to address their concerns, you become less frightened of the unknown. New Hope Fertility Center offers support groups to help our patients deal with the emotional toll fertility care can take.

Becoming a parent is one of the most important times of your life. We are here to help you achieve your dream of being a parent. Schedule an appointment today to speak with one of our fertility specialists. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.

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