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Connexions Bury
0161 2537733
13-15 Broad St
Bury
Wilson Counselling
07830 125137
Centrex House/F5 Simpson Parkway/Kirkton Campus
Livingston
Relate
01543 577281
33 Park Road
Cannock
Jewish Marriage Council
020 8203 6311
23 Ravenshurst Avenue
London
Wendy Kay Counselling
07742 592039
12 Hazelgarth
Tamworth
Couples counselling in Cheadle
07719329162
19 Halstead Grove, Gatley
Manchester
Victim Support N.I
028 38347340
12 Windsor Av, Lurgan
Craigavon
Counselling 4 U
01329 310025
22 Kilmiston Dv
Fareham
Scottish Marriage Care
01382 227551
24-28 Lawside Road
Dundee
The Relationships Centre
01925 246910
89 Sankey Street
Warrington

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Infertility Support

Deep in the despair of infertility it can be easy to forget you have other things in your life. These can be the things that keep you going through the tough times, such as keeping up hobbies and normal activities. If you do manage to have a baby then you may not be able to do the things you do now, so take advantage and get involved in things you have always wanted to experience.

This is something you go through together, not alone. You have to put time aside to talk as a couple about what is happening and how you feel about it.

It is important that you remain intimate and physical with each other, closeness is really important when you are in an emotionally tough period. Sex can become very baby making focussed and you can loose intimacy to the detriment of your relationship. Make sure you preserve the gentleness and exciting aspects of sex as well as sex for baby making. It is well documented that stress contributes to infertility and the more relaxed you are during love making the better.

As hard as it may be, every so often stop on the baby making machine and just look after each other and your relationship. Remove the pressure, take a holiday or just make a conscious decision to have a month or two off. Re-establishing the underlying strength of your relationship is vital for your partnership to survive.

If you need more help or advice on infertility you can find information here:

  • British Infertiilty Counselling Association
  • Care Fertility
  • Infertility Network

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