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Is it taking you longer than expected to become pregnant?

Facts About Fertility
One in six couples in the United States experiences infertility.
In 20% of cases, the cause is unexplained.
It is estimated that 40% of infertility problems can be attributed to causes with the man, 40% to the woman.
6.1 million women ages 15-44 have difficulty conceiving a child.

Talk to us.
Help is available.

Planned Parenthood Mid-Hudson Valley | Insights is a free monthly support program open to men and women, single or married, gay or straight, who are seeking information, support and resources related to infertility.

Confidential meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at Vassar Brothers Medical Center, Reade Place, Poughkeepsie, NY. For more information, call Planned Parenthood Mid-Hudson Valley at (845) 838-1200 x102 and ask for the Insights program.

Educational Programs and Group Discussions
Monthly meetings include guest presenters speaking on a wide range of topics including assisted reproductive technologies, adoption, child-free living, emotional issues and decision-making related to all areas of infertility.

Group Sharing
Support group meetings provide participants a safe place to share their experiences, concerns, and feelings about infertility and the opportunity to gather resources and to make informed decisions.

Information and Resources
The Insights Coordinator, a licensed social worker, is available at the monthly meetings and via phone to provide information about community resources for medical and counseling services, as well as adoption.

Infertility is a highly personal subject and one that can be painful to discuss. Infertility can impact self-image and self-worth and can affect all aspects of life. Feelings of isolation are real. Many couples are unable to share their feelings and sense of frustration and loss. For many, it becomes difficult to even confide in families and friends.

Talk to us.

For more info call (845) 838-1200 x102 and ask for the Insights program.