Infertility Explained By Ross Geller

When you see the latest pregnancy announcement on Facebook




Then your friends/family ask if you’re okay




When someone tells you for the millionth time to “relax and you’ll get pregnant”

ross oh wow


When you’ve just been probed at the doctor’s for an hour and have to go to work




When all the fertility treatments hit you at the same time



When you’re in your fertile window 




When another month passes and you’re still not pregnant




Then you have to deal with the period hormones




When you see all the pregnant women at the Doctor’s office

ross i hate that



Or when everyone at work is talking about their kids and you try to be apart of the convo 





When you’re trying to make it through your friend’s baby shower




When family/friends tell you “once you stop trying it will happen”

ross big eyes



When someone says “maybe it’s not meant to be”

ross feelings



When you try the latest thing sworn to make you conceive





When it’s been a long time, but you realize you’re a badass woman that is still amazing without a baby. 






















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Kat Acker

I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, also known as PCOS, and Anovulation.  After doing extensive research on these issues, I found that I was not alone. Millions of women suffer from PCOS making it the most common cause of infertility. I decided that it was time for those that were silently struggling to have a voice. It's time to normalize talking about reproductive health. It is time to start talking about infertility.  Those that are suffering, shouldn't have to do it alone. This blog is meant to be a beacon of hope and voice of comfort. It's also a place where we "cysters" can talk, cry, and complain in a safe space where we are all understood. And it is my hope, that in the future this blog can also be about parenting after infertility, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle through continued infertility. Welcome!  You are loved!

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