How an Infertility Support Group Can Increase Your Chances of Conceiving
"CNN co-host Alisyn Camerota shares that she was depressed while trying to conceive and joined a support group with other women going through infertility. It was run by psychologist Alice Domar, PhD, who found that being in a support group when you’re going through infertility doesn’t just help your mental health, it actually helps your chances of getting pregnant. Alisyn shares other helpful tips for those experiencing the same struggles."
Our own, renowned psycologist was mentioned on the TV show, The Doctors. CNN co-host Alisyn Camerota discusses how being in Ali's infertility support groups. Ali is executive director of the Mind/Body center located at Boston IVF in Waltham. She offers a Mind/Body program specifically for couples that are going through infertility. Through shared knowledge, resources and experiences, our program offers support to women at any stage of treatment are welcome, including those who are not in treatment yet, or those who are taking a break or those who have exhausted what their physicians can offer. In most groups, about half of the participants are either beginning or in the midst of IVF treatment.
It enables you to take back control of your life, cope with your infertility in a much more positive way, and learn about lifestyle habits that can enhance your fertility and contribute to your happiness and good health for the rest of your life.
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