This week has been the 25th National Infertility Awareness Week. The goal of the week is to raise awareness about the disease of infertility and encourage the public to understand their reproductive health.
It’s estimated that 1 in 6 couples get diagnosed with infertility every year and that more than 7 million American women are affected by infertility issues. Many of the adoptive families we work with have experienced infertility before turning to adoption to make their dreams come true.
Please take a moment to review some of our previous posts about infertility and adoption:
- Celebs who Chose Adoption after Experiencing Infertility
- How to Stay Upbeat This Mother’s Day
- Advice from Adoption Veterans: Moving from Infertility to Adoption
- Are You Ready to Move from Infertility to Adoption? [Video]
- Infertility and Grief and Loss [Video]
- Can You Love an Adopted Child Like a Biological Child? [Video]
- What If My Spouse is Struggling with Adoption? [Video]
Or find more information on the Infertility to Adoption section of our website.