We love them. We care. We believe that before puberty, we don’t have to protect their fertility and have time to take care. Well, we don’t. As a mother, grandmother, or older sister you should know that there’s #fragilityinfertility. This year’s keynote lecture at #ESHRE delivered a concerning message that endocrine-disrupting chemicals found in everyday…
Fertility is in. And we are in-fertility.
A network of individuals, activists, associations, bloggers, therapists, doctors, nurses and other professionals from many countries. We work together to do exactly what needs to be done in-fertility. Campaigns, projects and initiatives that will make a change, such as Stories in-fertility, FerTeen, Guide in-fertility or Roadmap in-fertility. For generations we have taught teenagers how to avoid getting pregnant, or catching STDs. We have informed them that they should always plan a pregnancy, which actually means postponing and avoiding, so in essence not really planning.
Times have changed. Today women are trying to have a baby too late, and know too little about the whole process. We – in-fertility – are very passionate about changing this to avoid the ensuing heartache this causes. We are gathering together the most interesting and helpful information on reproductive health. We are the very first organisation worldwide that started using the #fertilityprotection. We educate the public on everything about eggs and sperm, what makes them thrive or harms them. in-fertility provides information that is accurate, up-to-date and reliable.That surely is amazing for an online source! We know issues #inthefertility are a serious subject, but we will also add a dash of light-hearted humour, which is known to lessen anxiety and promote assimilation of information.
Please join us and benefit from a range of activities you probably have never encountered before. It is easy to check out if in-fertility has the answers, just check our tags below.
Your FREE COVID-19 in-fertility brochure.
We are all affected, whether we admit or not. We all have questions, fear different things and need relevant and reliable information. COVID-19 affects us all even without direct infection. That’s what viruses do. With all our capacity, passion and love for the truth, in-fertility’s network team of many specialists have researched relevant resources and prepared this brochure, answering all six basic questions which relate to COVID-19 and issues, #inthefertility, infertility treatments and effect of the virus on pregnancy. If you wish to share the brochure on your page, blog or social network, feel free to do so through the following link: in-fertility.eu/…/Covid-19-inthefertility-Brochure-GR-3.pdf
Please, do not place a downloaded copy on your page, thank you. If you need more information on further use or distribution, do not hesitate to contact us. Stay safe.
Telling a story is the best way of giving hope. Especially in-fertility, where people often remain silent or alone. We know that ever since we started collecting the #storiesinthefertility. Most of them make unbelievable reading. Powerful, emotional and really worth checking out. Search for your country or diagnose and see how others coped and then share your story.
Your daughter might think a woman is naturally fertile until the age of 50. She might also know very little about the risks to her fertility. Slovakia has launched a unique project for the 16 to 18 years old with great success and huge support from gynaecologists and schools. Now the FerTeen project, it’s curriculum and questionnaire are available to your country.
in-fertility offers unique advice by the world’s leading specialists, using clinically proven products and methods – the Guide in-fertility: Planning a baby? The main goal of the Guide in-fertility full of up-to-date, accurate information is to assist you to make the right choices from the very beginning of your journey to boost your fertility, conceive & have a baby.
Roadmap in-fertility is a unique project created not only for the people with difficulties conceiving or those already diagnosed with subfertility, infertility, and those who are treated. This tool is also going to be widely used for orientation among specializations, diagnoses, and symptoms by students, especially in healthcare areas, media, and various organizations.