One out of eight families are or will face infertility.
Infertility is a disease—it does not discriminate between gender, ethnicity, or age. Wherever you are in your journey, navigating through infertility can feel very lonely and isolating. Whether you find yourself wanting to do more research on infertility or wanting a place to connect with others going through similar situations, there are a number of resources available!
- ReproductiveFacts.org: This website is run by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. There is a plethora of information including webinars, blogs, news, and research. They also have their own podcast, ASRM Today.
- RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association runs the RESOLVE website. They have financial resources, educational information, and community support.
- NIH: The National Institutes of Health has a lot of nitty-gritty information on infertility. If you are interested in reading studies and research, this is the website for you!
- Embryo Adoption Awareness Center: Our website has numerous videos, webinars, and blogs on a variety of topics concerning embryo donation or adoption. Check it out!
Receiving a diagnosis of infertility can be really daunting and scary. You don’t have to journey alone. Starting with these resources can give you guidance – a great place to start!
Many families discover embryo adoption as they are researching different methods of family building in the midst of infertility. To learn more, visit EmbryoAdoption.org.