Thursday, February 5, 2009

infertility blogs

so, i am always looking around for new blogs to read.  i have 4 or 5 that i like.  in looking for infertility blogs, it always seems that they are now pregnant, or have a baby.  sometimes this makes me mad and i don't want to read anymore.  but i guess it should make me feel like infertility is not a life sentence.  maybe it should make me see that i too will be writing about motherhood and pregnancy someday....hopefully.

other times, i find a story of a journey i don't think i can endure. months turn into years of dissappointment and heartache.  some have even given up.  i have no idea what this feels like.  i have no idea what you've been through.  i know if i were in your shoes i would be angry and broken and mad to read about my own hopeful journey's beginning.  i hate to be so insensitive, but i really hope i remain oblivious to exactly how much pain one can endure.


7 comments:

Susan said...

So which ones do you like? For the rest of us out here. :)

Courtney said...

I'm not yet either.

Elizabeth said...

I've noticed the same thing. To make it worse, the names of the blogs still reflect their authors' infertile state, even though they're now writing about their pregnancies and/or babies. Are there any blogs out there by people who never were able to get pregnant (or chose not to adopt) but instead decided to try to accept not being parents after all?

Infertility is the New Black said...

I agree...we actually had a guest author write an article for our blog on just this fact. If you have time please come check us out...with love, Infertility is the New Black

Kashif said...

What is infertility?

Most experts define infertility as not being able to get pregnant after at least one year of trying. Women who are able to get pregnant but then have repeat miscarriages very early in pregnancy are also said to be infertile. Pregnancy is the result of a complex chain of events. In order to get pregnant a woman must release an egg from one of her ovaries (ovulation), the egg must go through a fallopian tube toward the uterus (womb), a man's sperm must join with (fertilize) the egg along the way, and after all of this, the fertilized egg must attach to the inside of the uterus (implantation). Infertility can result from problems that interfere with any of these steps.
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Lynda M. Freeman said...

I have had the same problem. I find a blog that looks promising only to discover they now have a bundle of joy of their own. GRR!! Anyway, if you are looking for a blog, mine is strengthinadversity.blogspot.com. Its about what I'm going through right with infertility. Feel free!

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