As a follow up to my last blog about red flags to note when you’re looking for a fertility doctor, I wanted to give tips on how to know you’ve made a good choice. Here are some things to look out for:
A good physician will listen to your needs. They will answer your questions. They ...
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. For many women, even those who experienced miscarriages many years, or even decades ago, October serves to remind them of their loss, and the feelings it elicited. Many women who have gone through a “miss” have also dealt with unending infertility treatment. Others have not.
One of the toughest things you may...
Welcoming a newly adopted child into the family, after months and years of planning, is a source of great joy for everyone involved. You probably feel like you're well prepared for this moment, but the truth is, it may take more time and effort than you imagined. Adoption is a process you will go through for life. Issues can crop...
I recently kicked a staple of mine. It was the only steadfast element in my makeup bag for over a decade and a half.
My bright blue plastic birth control pack weighed maybe an ounce. But, now that it’s gone, I know it weighed so much more.
It was my safety blanket—but what I’m just learning is how m...
Last September, to acknowledge and raise awareness about male infertility and cancer during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, P2P joined up with our dear friend Kristen Darcy, to produce this Google Hangout, featuring P2P board member, William Petok, Ph.D. and a member of the cast of P2P's web series, "Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer," Paul Shin, M.D.