Here is a list of resources that will be helpful to you as you learn and educate yourself on Infertility.
CCRM is one of the industry’s leading pioneers in fertility science, research and advancement, offering access to a national network of award-winning physicians, a full suite of fertility services, innovative technology and cutting-edge labs. CCRM was founded in 1987 by Dr. William Schoolcraft and since its inception, has achieved national recognition for clinical excellence and advanced research in the field of reproductive medicine. Today, the CCRM network has 38 physicians and a team of research scientists, embryologists and professional staff dedicated to helping patients achieve their dream of having a baby.
BOOK: If at First You Don't Conceive: A Complete Guide for Infertility (By: Dr. William Scoolcraft)
Alise is certified childbirth educator and doula. She has provided in person and virtual doula partnerships, online and in-person childbirth education courses, as well as free tips and tricks to help your pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum period be the most positive experience possible.
3. PODCAST: Extraordinary moms
4. PODCAST: THE BIRTH HOUR
5. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Office of Women's Health
The Office on Women's Health (OWH) was established in 1991 within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). OWH coordinates women's health efforts across HHS and addresses critical women's health issues by informing and advancing policies, educating health care professionals and consumers, and supporting model programs.
Resolve: National Infertility Association support people who are challenged in their family building journey by empowering through knowledge, supported through community, united by advocacy, and provides inspiration to act.
ARC Fertility is an organization that focused on helping people achieve one goal: have a baby. Choosing the right fertility treatment is overwhelming. ARC makes it easy for you by offering the highest quality of care in three areas of excellence called The ARC Advantage: Care, Cost and Continued Support.