Amidst the global pandemic of COVID-19, the ASRM came out with a recommendation to cancel or delay all fertility treatment cycles.
This, naturally, was very difficult news to digest for patients of fertility clinics. With so many emotional, physical and financial aspects on the line, news like this was devastating for so many couples.
Around that same time, our inbox was flooded with questions from women asking if this means they should stop trying to conceive at all. Does this mean it's not safe to be pregnant at all? How do we decide what's the right thing to do?
So I answered this question in a short video, by offering you important questions to ask yourself to help you make this decision.
Once you've watched the video above, if you have any follow up questions or want some more specific, personalized advice, schedule a consultation.
One more thing...
If you decide not to try and conceive at this time, and you have a history of loss(es) or pregnancy/birth trauma, I'd like to invite you to join us in Healing Hearts.
Make the most of this time you're taking off from trying to conceive to heal your mind and your body, release the grief and trauma you're holding on to, so that when the time is right to grow your family again, you'll be even healthier to get and stay pregnant.
Click here to learn about Healing Hearts, and let our global community of women support you to restore health, peace and joy.