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Month: February 2022
Miscarriage is more common than we often realize, occurring in 1 in 4 clinical recognized pregnancies. We have a playlist for other types of grief: death, divorce, a cancer diagnosis – but miscarriage is still not shared enough, surrounded by shame. Even worse – when we share with loved ones that we’ve had a miscarriage – comments can be hurtful: ‘What did you do wrong?’ ‘At least you can get pregnant – try again.’
Our patients often ask us: does stress cause infertility? There’s no clear and easy answer to this question. Some studies suggest a relationship between stress and infertility; others suggest infertility causes the stress to begin with. While we don’t have an exact answer for “does stress cause infertility,” we do have resources for stress management, which can help improve your daily life overall.