Struggling to become a parent – whatever road you take – is hard – believe us, we know
You might have endometriosis, PCOS, be in a same-sex couple and unsure of where to start, have a low sperm count – whatever your circumstance – it can feel isolating.
But it’s not only the emotional heartache that can have a huge affect on your life, it is the financial side – worrying about how you are going to afford to pay for treatment, what impact will it have on your relationship and agonising whether it will end in success?
What about your friends, work colleagues, family? Will they judge me for my choices or do I keep it a secret? All these questions will be swimming through your mind.
For almost all of you it will be a whole new world. Our primary aim is to make sure you have somewhere you can come for help – in whatever form that might be.
The Babble Giving campaign #ivfstrongertogether was launched to break the silence and solitude of infertility, to get people talking and sharing their personal experiences.
Knowing you have a space where you can talk openly, honestly and not be judged is so important.
This is one of the main reasons we decided to set up babblegiving.org in November 2017. We want to give you the right support and guidance you need to navigate that journey.
Don’t be afraid to ask lots of questions on your journey, facing issues head on will help you cope as you make your way through the sometimes confusing and complicated fertility world.
We also have access to some of the world’s IVF experts at our disposal, many who are working in partnership with us to help you on your way.
But never forget you are not alone on this journey, there are thousands of people out there who feel the same way you do, each on their own journey, feeling those same hopes, fears and feelings.
Now, how can we help you? Get in touch, email firstname.lastname@example.org