This post was written in Winter 2022 and details the first few steps with a urologist that took many months.
Infertility #7: Friends and Family
Telling the people closest to us to start making sense of things during this hard time was extremely important.
Andrea Part 2: Initial Feelings
My wife tells more about her initial feelings about my infertility.
Infertility #6: Breathe
After suffering through a little bit of a dark time, I was finally able to start feeling a little closer to normal.
Infertility #4: Breakdown
Deep emotions can be hard for me, especially big ones. Twice they completely overwhelmed me, leading to a breakdown.
Andrea Part 1: My Story
My wife begins to share her story.
Infertility #3: Depression
Depression is not exactly a shocking emotion to experience during infertility, but it was certainly new to me.
Infertility #2: Anger
After learning about my infertility, my emotions quickly turned to anger – something that is not very common for me.
Infertility #1: The beginning
We are ready to start sharing a part of our life a little more openly. It’s deep and painful, but it’s life, and something that needs to be discussed.