Resources

Infertility Support & Treatment

Hannah's Tears

Napro Technology - learn about the science behind the Creighton Model

PPVI Institute -World renowned treatment for infertility

Fertility Care Centers of America - Learn the Creighton Model (how to identify signs of fertility and infertility)

One More Soul -Find a pro-life physician

Napro Doctor in California

Pro-life physician in Minnesota

Physical Therpay for Pelvic Pain

Mental Health

Psychological impact of infertility, from the Harvard Mental Health Letter

"Although the causes of infertility are overwhelmingly physiological, the resulting heartache may exact a huge psychological toll. Individuals who learn they are infertile often experience the distressing emotions common to those who are grieving a loss. Typical reactions include depression, anger, and frustration.

Relationships may suffer—not only with the spouse/partner, but also with friends and family members. Couples dealing with infertility may avoid social interaction and may struggle with anxiety-related sexual dysfunction and other marital conflicts.

While treatments for infertility offer much-needed help and hope, they may actually heighten stress and anxiety. Additionally, drugs and hormones used to treat infertility may cause psychological side effects, and their costs are significant. Only 15 states mandate insurance coverage, and the extent varies."

Facts: The Psychological component of Infertility

Catholic Therapists -Find a Catholic Therapist near you

Partners in Resilience

Empathy vs Sympathy

Catechsim of the Catholic Church: The Morality of the Passions (feelings)

The Highly Sensitive Person

Made In His Image



Endometriosis

Endo Found

Endo Resolved

Xenoestrogens and Endometriosis

Diet and Endometriosis


Lutinized Unruptured Follicle Syndrome (LUFS)

"The luteinized unruptured follicle syndrome is a form of anovulation and a subtle cause of female infertility. The syndrome cannot be diagnosed by traditional progesterone-dependent ovulation detection methods. Without the use of invasive procedures or sophisticated equipment, the luteinized unruptured follicle syndrome may go unnoticed. The patient diagnosed as ovulatory, on the basis of traditional ovulation detection methods, who does not conceive may be experiencing the luteinized unruptured follicle syndrome, and thus infertility. The syndrome's incidence, detection, etiology, and treatment are described." -Anovulation in disguise

http://humrep.oxfordjournals.org/content/21/8/2110.full

http://simone-perseverance.blogspot.com/2011/03/lufs-luteinized-unruptured-follicle.html

NSAID can play a role in LUFS

Ovarian Physiology


Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) 


What your doctor may not tell you about PCOS


Thyroid and Fertility 


Thyroid Deficiency and Fertility

5 Tips for balancing hormones naturally











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