Infertility, as any other medical condition, can be the cause of stress, anxiety, negativity, anger and even depression. Here at AAFC, we recognize that trying to become a parent can be a very emotional experience affecting people in many different ways.
One of the most difficult realizations is that you may not be able to conceive naturally, and that even if you seek assistance, a positive outcome is not guaranteed.
Psychological counseling can help you with your emotions and prepare you mentally for every possible outcome. Remember that a positive outlook can help you achieve better results physically, while stress and negativity can have an adverse effect, even if your case is straightforward.
What can we help you with?
Psychological support can help you with:
- Managing infertility / fertility stress
- Understanding your diagnosis, helping with treatment decisions and expectations
- Helping with relationship issues, pressure from your social circle or family
- Coping with Assisted Reproductive Technique (ART) failure
- Coping with pregnancy loss
- Coping with depression or anxiety