When people have difficulty conceiving it is not uncommon for them to feel isolated. We recognize that having discussions with their family members may be clumsy, at best. We also recognize that most of their parents would be willing to offer moral or financial support, but given the nature of the subject it is quite difficult to let their parents know that they may be struggling with infertility. We also know that our patient’s parents are often very eager to know that their children will be parents, and that they will be grandparents, and they simply don’t know what to say to support them.
Our experienced staff understands how painful this can be, and how stressful this can be on relationships with their parents, with their siblings and with other close family members. We can offer tips and point you in the right direction so as to keep channels of communication open and to optimize the support that you really may desire and need from your parents.