See America, black women do have this issue. We all are not baby factories....
I told you that I would be honest and open. I will give a TMI warning but we’re human. I’m sure none of what I've written or will write will shock you. The past two weeks were my ‘two week wait’ before finding out if you’re either pregnant or not. This two weeks for me were... Continue Reading →
So I just read that today, May 6, is National Infertility Survival Day. Each year on the Sunday before Mother’s Day, National Infertility Survival Day is observed. This day was intentionally placed before Mother’s Day to finally put those struggling with infertility first in the order of things. Many keep their struggle private. However, others choose to... Continue Reading →
If you have been trying to conceive a child, you are familiar with all of the ups and downs, the doctor visits, the talks, the recommendations of what to eat, what not to eat, what medications to take and not to take -it is a roller coaster. The first plan of action for most of... Continue Reading →