The IVF Positivity Planner is designed to help you feel calmer, more informed and more in control of what is happening to your body, meaning you are in a better state for coping through TTC and treatment.
I know that there is still a lot of uncertainty at the minute, along with the joy that clinics are reopening.
I wanted to answer some of the common questions and share some things you can do to help with the feelings of anxiousness that uncertainty brings, to help you cope and feel calmer.
I know that there is a lot of uncertainty at the minute, and that it’s worrying not knowing whether your treatment will start, or if you are part way through whether it will be cancelled.
I wanted to share some things you can do to help with the feelings of anxiousness that uncertainty brings, to help you cope and feel calmer:
I thought it would be helpful to share some of the things in my IVF Positivity Planner so you can see how it can help and support you through TTC and going through IVF, and also give you some help in filling it in.
Grief is a common thing that comes up when talking about TTC and going through fertility treatment. Grief can take many forms and isn’t limited to those that have sadly suffered a physical loss like a miscarriage or baby loss.
If someone you know and love is struggling to get pregnant or is going through IVF, there are lots of little ways you can help them this Christmas that will make a big difference to how they feel this Christmas time.