The mental struggle of infertility
Infertility and its treatment can be detrimental to one’s emotional well-being. Factors like the significance of motherhood in the societal structure, the solitary nature of fertility struggles can induce profound feelings of grief and loss. The most common symptoms reported in women facing fertility challenges are of anxiety and depression.
What are the symptoms?
Mental Health Check
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What are the benefits of therapy?
- Develop coping strategies to deal with emotional distress.
- Comprehend feelings of grief and loss and cultivating positive and healthy thought patterns.
- Treat depression and anxiety associated with infertility.
Are support groups beneficial?
Yes, they are.
Most women find it challenging to talk about their infertility struggle because of the stigma and secrecy associated with it. Communicating with other women dealing with similar issues can be an extremely rewarding experience.
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