Trying to get pregnant sucks.

Everyone’s journey through the world of fertility looks different, but we can all agree on one thing: attempting to conceive is not always as fun as it sounds. While you’re jumping hurdle after hurdle of blood tests and invasive ultrasounds, it stings to see your friends breeze past you with their easy pregnancies. If there are doulas to help coach women through the labor process, why can’t anyone coach you through infertility?

Tia Chapinski and Daniella Virijevic wrote The Infertility Doula just for you. Their infertility struggles have spanned years and the entire continent of North America, and they’re here to share the friendly advice they’ve collected in their experiences. You’ll find stories from other people just like you who are struggling down the path of fertility, reminding you that you are not alone. Whenever you feel the hopeless urge to run away from it all, The Infertility Doula will be here to help you find strength for your fight to conceive.

The Infertility Doula

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“After four months of meds and injections, we finally got our transfer date: April 29. It felt like Christmas morning. On April 27, they began thawing our babies, and we got a devastating phone call from our RE. She said, “I am so sorry. None of your embryos survived.” To this day, I can’t think about those words without getting a lump in my throat and tears in my eyes. Our five babies, our hopes, our dreams, were all gone just like that. How could this be how our family building ends? This wasn’t the future we had envisioned for ourselves, and the grief never goes away.”