Join the orange movement today, Wednesday, April 22nd and rock your ORANGE gear to show your support of National Infertility Awareness Week. Wear Orange Campaign was created by RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association to help raise awareness about the importance of empowering you in your journey and changing the conversation around infertility. Whether it’s you, or someone you know who struggles to build a family, Wear Orange. During the week of April 19-25, we encourage you to wear and rock your orange. Orange is an ancient symbol of fertility and combines the color red, a symbol of love, with the color yellow, which signifies happiness. By donning orange and speaking to others about
As you know infertility is common, we just don't talk about it! Did you know that this week is National Infertility Awareness Week!!! The struggle is REAL, so what can we do to help each other and ourselves during this stressful time? Everyone is struggling with this coronavirus, mandates to stay home, no social gatherings, homeschool, businesses are closed and some offices have put off infertility treatments. All of these elements on top of the emotional and physical roller-coaster that we endure with infertility. So what can we do to stay connected and to help cope through this difficult time? The National Infertility Awareness Association has listed some of the following: Wear Orange J
According to the American Pregnancy Association, Infertility is a condition of the reproductive system that prevents the conception of children. It affects approximately 10-15% of couples throughout the United States. The diagnosis of infertility is usually given to couples who have been attempting to conceive for at least 1 year without success. Conception and pregnancy are complicated processes that depend upon a number of factors, including:
* Is infertility primarily a woman’s problem?
* It is a common assumption that infertility is primarily related to the woman. In reality, only
one-third of infertility cases are related to the woman alone. Statistically, one-third of