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FREE AUDIO

Enjoy this complimentary audio of Dr. Sharma speaking on the topic of coping with the challenges of infertility:

10 Tips for Surviving Infertility

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

To view Dr. Sharma’s other professional activities, visit http://www.PoonamSharma.com

 

SAN ANTONIO FERTILITY CLINICS

 

BOOKS

HERE for a list of recommended books on infertility, adoption, and third party reproduction.

Click HERE to buy Dr. Sharma’s book, Strong Women, Strong Love: The Missing Manual for the Modern Marriage

 

INFERTILITY BLOGS

Infertility Blog (http://infertilityblog.blogspot.com/)
Dr. Licciardi’s blog.  He is a physician specializing in infertility.

100 Questions & Answers about Infertility (http://100infertilityquestions.blogspot.com/)
Excerpts from the book of the same name by Reproductive Endocrinologist Dr. John David Gordon

http://blogs.botw.org/Health/Reproductive_Health/Infertility/
List of several blogs about infertility

 

LINKS

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (www.asrm.org)
ASRM is an organization devoted to advancing knowledge and expertise in infertility, reproductive medicine and biology.  ASRM Resources for Patients provides information on infertility, menopause, contraception, reproductive surgery, endometriosis, and other reproductive disorders.

RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association (www.resolve.org)
RESOLVE is The National Infertility Association and has a nationwide network of chapters. It is a dynamic organization dedicated to providing advocacy, education, and support for men and women facing the crisis of infertility.

The InterNational Council on Infertility Information Dissemination (www.inciid.org)
INCIID is a nonprofit organization that helps individuals and couples explore their family-building options.

Path2Parenthood (path2parenthood.com)
Path 2 Parenthood (formerly The American Fertility Association) and works to transform the lives of couples faced with infertility, raise awareness and fight for social and legislative change around infertility issues. The organization’s purpose is to educate the public about reproductive disease, and support families during struggles with infertility and adoption. Path2Parenthood exists to serve the unique needs of men and women confronting infertility issues.

The Centers for Disease Control (www.cdc.gov/ART/index.htm)
Fertility clinic success rates for Assisted Reproductive Technology are available at this site.

Tears and Hope: The Infertility Awareness Project (www.tearsandhope.com)
Great video to help you explain infertility to friends and family that just do not understand why it’s so hard.

Creating a Family (www.creatingafamily.com)
This site, created by Dawn Davenport, has wonderful resources for exploring your family building options.  Be sure to listen the free weekly radio show featuring many of the country’s leading experts in adoption, third party reproduction, and infertility.

Infertility Resources for Consumers (www.IHR.com)
This website provides extensive information about IVF, ICSI, infertility clinics, donor egg and surrogacy services (e.g., surrogate mothers), tubal reversal doctors, vasectomy reversal doctors, natural infertility treatment, male infertility services, sperm banks, pharmacies, infertility books and videotapes, sperm testing, infertility support, and drugs and medications, such as Metrodin, Pergonal, Clomid.

Parents via Egg Donation (www.parentsviaeggdonation.org/v2/index.html)
Parents Via Egg Donation, or PVED, was created to provide an informational and supportive environment where parents and parents-to-be can learn and share information about all facets of the egg donation process.

The Donor Sibling Registry (www.donorsiblingregistry.com)
The focus of the Donor Sibling Registry (DSR) is to assist individuals conceived as a result of sperm, egg or embryo donation who are seeking to make mutually desired contact with others with whom they share genetic ties.