Infertility resources and support groups

Dealing with infertility and undergoing treatment can be overwhelming. Here are some additional places to look for more information and support.

By Today's Parent
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Fertility Matters IAAC (Infertility Awareness Association of Canada) aims to raise public awareness for infertility, ensuring Canadians know what their treatment options are. IAAC promotes equal access to fertility treatments.

CFAS (Canadian Fertility & Andrology Society) CFAS is an organization for professionals working in the field of assisted reproductive technologies and research in reproductive sciences.

Fertile Future A Canadian non-profit organization offers resources for cancer patients who want to get pregnant.

Winfertility There are more than 125 locations of this infertility management company in the U.S. that manage the entire fertility treatment process, serving as your expert coach every step of the way.” They "provide patients a direct route to the most effective fertility treatment at a discounted price".

Resolve The goal of this non-profit organization based in the US is to “ensure equal access to all family building options for men and women experiencing infertility or other reproductive disorders.”

British Infertility Counselling Association BICA is a professional association for infertility counselling in the UK and seeks to promote the highest of standards. BICA is committed to people with fertility problems before, during and after treatment, as well as to those who decide not to undergo treatment.


This article was originally published on May 11, 2016

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