Treatment for those suffering from infertility in Raleigh & Durham, NC
One out of every six couples in Raleigh, Durham, Apex, Cary, Chapel Hill, Fayetteville, NC and South Boston and Danville, VA and have trouble getting pregnant or have a miscarriage. Coping with Infertility can be very stressful.
We recognize that while undergoing infertility treatments, you may experience a variety of emotions and challenges, including depression, anxiety, anger, confusion, self-doubt, guilt, indecision, social isolation, marital problems, and sexual difficulties.
There are a number of decisions and issues that you may need to confront during your infertility treatment and the stress of coping with infertility.
These may include:
- How long should I continue treatment?
- How do I talk to my partner about my feelings regarding coping with infertility?
- What do I tell my friends, family, and co-workers about my infertility?
- What treatment makes the most sense for me, considering my personal and financial resources?
- Should I use an egg donor or a sperm donor?
- What are the psychological issues involved in egg or sperm donation?
- What do I tell my child about how he or she was conceived?
- Should I consider child-free living?
- Is adoption for me?
- How do I handle all of my emotions?
Our in-house Director of Psychological Services, Dr. Julia Woodward, can help you deal with these questions and meet these challenges of coping with infertility. Dr. Woodward holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology and is a licensed clinical psychologist with the State of North Carolina. She has specialized in working with fertility patients since 2000.
National Psychology Resources
RESOLVE: the National Infertility Association
7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 1350
Bethesda, MD 20814
Help line: 888-623-0744
Helping patients from Raleigh, Durham, Apex, Cary, Chapel Hill, Fayetteville, South Boston, VA, Danville, VA and nationwide realize their dream of having a family.