Overcoming Recurrent Pregnancy Loss with NaProTechnology

Overcoming Recurrent Pregnancy Loss with NaProTechnology

There are so many things to be grateful for this Thanksgiving.  I was reflecting on why I love being a FertilityCare Practitioner.

I am grateful for the gift of NaProTechnology.  NaProTechnology is not a miracle cure by any means, but it does offer women and couples a real option to help treat fertility health issues.  The goal of NaProTechnology is to restore reproductive health.  This makes NaProTechnology different than standard reproductive healthcare.

This week I am focusing on how NaProTechnology can help women and couples overcome recurrent pregnancy loss.

This is very personal to me.

Remembering Maryrose: My Experience with Miscarriage

Remembering Maryrose: My Experience with Miscarriage

October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month.  This month is especially close to my heart because of mine as well as multiple friends’ journey through miscarriage.

This month reminds us that we lost a child

The child or children we lost through miscarriage was a gift of life, no matter how short that life was lived.

Miscarriage: Somone is Missing from Our Family

Miscarriage: Somone is Missing from Our Family

“At least it was early on”, “something must have been wrong with the baby so it is  good”, “At least now you know you can get pregnant”.  These are some things people say to women after a miscarriage.  I must be honest and say I am guilty of saying one of these to a friend after her miscarriage. People do not have bad intentions when they say these things, but the statements are not what women want to hear.  I was not fully aware of the insensitivity of the statements until my own experience.

Life Outside the Bubble: Remembering My Babies

Life Outside the Bubble: Remembering My Babies

I started out this month knowing what I was going to write about.  This month is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month.  I did not know when I began this month that I would in fact be living it once again.  And, so soon after a loss in September.

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Month.  I used to not pay much attention to it.  Once upon a time, I lived in a land of blissful ignorance and arrogance that this type of loss would never touch me.