Pregnancy is a natural stage in the life cycle of the human species.
During our education we are explained how pregnancy happens and emphasis, especially in pre-adolescence, is placed on how to avoid unwanted pregnancies. However, we are not prepared for when a pregnancy is sought and not achieved.
No one, except in special personal circumstances, expects to have problems conceiving when they decide to have a child. So when problems arise, they are not always easy to accept and can affect many areas of life.
Recognizing the importance of a diagnosis of sterility or infertility, assuming the need for help to overcome certain challenges and obtaining the necessary support to advance positively in the necessary treatment, are the fundamental pillars for an essential psychological well-being during the search for pregnancy.
We will address the different psychological aspects that we may face during the different stages of fertility diagnosis and treatments.