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On Wednesday We Wore Orange for #NIAW

On Wednesday we wore orange to celebrate National Infertility Awareness Week and to bring awareness to 1 in 8 couples who struggle with infertility. In addition to wearing orange, I asked the community what is something you wish others knew … Continue reading

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Well…There Is Adoption and Surrogacy

Stacey Brown Conversations around infertility are hard. It’s very difficult to know exactly what to say to a person who is grieving. We tend to present solutions instead of simply saying, “I’m here for you.” As important as it is … Continue reading

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Barren, Not Broken

Shamika Rhoomes ❀ M is for the many questions that keep me up at night. The why me’s and how can this be? You see the marvel of infertility is mind-blowing. As a Wombman, your expectancy of pregnancy is always … Continue reading

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What I Would Tell My 20 Year Old Self (MRKH Edition)

Kylie McMahon Fight Forward. As I sat down to start my letter to my 20 year old, freshly diagnosed self, I couldn’t help but get lost thinking about the day my life changed. Before I get to my letter, I … Continue reading

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Why Self Care Is So Important

Lizzie Self care is an extremely important quality to have. Without it we would find it hard to cope with certain situations, such as relationships, our work, and even home life. 💗💛💗 For me it’s vital that I practice self … Continue reading

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Obstacles With MRKH As An Asian Muslim

Aysha Khawaja So MRKH is a lifelong diagnosis, which comes with an assortment of challenges. I feel these challenges are increased further, by coming from an Asian Muslim background. Firstly, you really face identity crises. You’re always taught from an Islamic perspective you … Continue reading

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What I Would Tell My 17 Year Old Self (MRKH Edition)

Sabine Boghos Me, Myself, and MRKH Dear younger me, Up until this age of your life, you have been dreaming constantly of carrying a baby, bringing it to this world, and starting your family. I don’t blame you, it probably is every … Continue reading

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What I Would Tell My 17 Year Old Self (MRKH Edition)

Kristen O’Brien To my younger self, on the day you were diagnosed with MRKH: If I could sit with you now, and hold your hand, and offer words of sage advice, I probably would not make it through without crying. … Continue reading

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The Call Was Worth It

Carrie Cameron Martin My story isn’t one of miraculous healing or a life transformed right before your eyes. It is a story of survival and a fight back from the depth of unimaginable grief. It is full of purpose, hope … Continue reading

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TO DISCLOSE OR NOT TO DISCLOSE

By Sheree Murray I didn’t even realise it was such a big topic Though to be fair I had always places MRKH in the back of my mind. Pushed it so far back even that sometimes I would totally forget … Continue reading

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