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Celebrities who have struggled with infertility

What do Mariah Carey, Sarah Jessica Parker, Chrissy Teigen and Kim Kardashian all have in common?

The obvious fact is that they are all celebrities, but did you know that they all struggled with their fertility? Sometimes trying to conceive is difficult, and this obstacle can even affect those considered glamourous and lucky.

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Infertility statistics to show you are not alone

The emotions endured while struggling with infertility can be so difficult – sadness, anger, confusion, frustration, impatience, hopelessness, and the list goes on. Fertility Institute of San Diego works daily with women and couples going through these struggles. Our staff does their best to provide comfort, compassion, understanding and hope. It’s important and reassuring to know that while you are facing difficult times,

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What is Infertility

If you are trying to conceive and it’s not happening as quickly as you expected, you maybe wondering if you have fertility issues. Infertility is defined as the inability to get pregnant after 12 months of trying to conceive if you are 35 years old or less and after 6 months if you are over 35 years of age.

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Avoiding the Holiday Blues: Coping with the Holidays and Your Infertility

For many, the holidays represent a time of warmth, love and laughter, family and friends. But for those struggling with the life crisis of infertility, they can also be a time of anxiety and emotional stress. An overriding emphasis on children and children’s activities during the holidays can serve as an unwelcome reminder that one is experiencing yet another year of infertility – a roadblock in the quest to start a family.

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What Every Woman Should Know About Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among US women after skin cancer. It is the second leading cause of death from cancer among American women, with lung cancer being the first. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime assuming that she lives to be 90. The incidence of breast cancer in women increases with age.

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