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Saving Your Sanity and Marriage While Trying to Have a Baby

Highlights from December 23, 2009 Creating a Family radio show

Infertility can affect all the relationships in your life, none more than the relationship with your spouse. How can you balance fertility treatment and marriage and come out with a stronger relationship. Our guest was, Kristen Magnacca, author of Love and Infertility and Girlfriend to Girlfriend: A Fertility Companion.

  • Infertility is often the first marital crisis a couple faces.
  • It helps to develop a plan about what you are comfortable with, how far you’re willing to go, what are your other options, etc.
  • What to do when you and your husband aren’t on the same page about what to do about your infertility, whether to use donor egg or sperm, whether to do IVF or ICSI, how much money to spend on assisted reproductive technology.
  • How to maintain balance in your life when trying to conceive.
  • How do you keep the romance in your relationship when you are in fertility treatment?
  • How to handle the intrusive questions about why you don’t have children.
  • How to stay connected to your husband when coping with infertility

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