Infertility - support for those affected by infertility - GoMentor


InfertilityHaving children and watching them grow into adults, helping them along the way is one of the greatest joys of life. When a couple faces issues of infertility it can sometimes tear them apart, even if there is an otherwise strong relationship. The emotions tied to fertility are so deep that they are able to counter deep love between two people. Whether the problems affect a male or female, there are various emotional and physical symptoms and issues that must be dealt with.

Typical challenges dealing with Infertility:

  • Anger
  • Guilt
  • Depression
  • Avoidance of intimacy

Infertility and Women

Infertility may affect a woman who has already given birth differently than others, but it can still be a stressful and emotional fact to deal with. It may also affect a relationship, especially if the partner still wants a child. The infertility may be due to a sexually transmitted disease or one of many other physical reasons. Sometimes it is the emotional and psychological symptoms of infertility that are more difficult for women to deal with. Coaching and therapy can help a woman come up with constructive ways to deal with her infertility.

Infertility and Men

When a man is unable to impregnate a woman it can have a serious effect on his mental state, especially if he doesn't talk to anyone about it. It also has the potential to cause problems with relationships, which is another issue that may require therapy to deal with in a healthy way. The reasons for infertility in men are the same for those as women, including diseases and other physical problems. Education about infertility can help a man learn to come to grips with his condition, or, in some cases, do something about the problem.

Learning to Deal with Infertility

Here at, we know that dealing with fertility issues can be a frustrating and sometimes embarrassing series of events that can cause serious damage to even an otherwise healthy relationship. This is why we have teamed up with highly skilled professionals that offer coaching and therapy to help couples deal with everything that comes with infertility. There are many options available for couples dealing with infertility issues. Sometimes just learning more about them - adoption versus fertility medications - can be helpful for a couple to know that all hope is not lost for raising a family and experiencing the joys of being a parent. Infertility can be a sensitive topic for some people to talk about, which is another reason online coaching and therapy is a good option.

If you or another person have suicidal thoughts or are in some way a hazard to your own health, then you should not use GoMentor.These resources can help you with immediate assistance.

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