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2021 marks our seventh year trying to conceive, and another year trying new things to conceive. With it being Infertility Awareness Week (April 18-24, 2021), I thought I would share My Seven Images of Infertility and feelings to reflect and mark a seven-year milestone that I wouldn’t wish upon anyone.
By chance, we learned that asymptomatic endometriosis may be a cause of our Unexplained Infertility. But to find out if you have it, you need to do the surgery to remove it. So we did it. And they found it. Here’s what that means for this next phase of Mike and my infertility journey.
It’s National Infertility Awareness Week 2020, which is as good a time as any to provide an update on our fertility journey. Six years in, Mike and I still so desperately want to be parents. But our hope is draining a bit… and we think that’s fair.
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This blog is based in Treaty 6 Territory, traditional and ancestral lands of many First Nations and Métis in Alberta. I’m a settler who lives, works, and plays in the Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton) area on Turtle Island (Canada). I’m committed to reconciliation. uplifting and supporting Indigenous communities and one way I do that is by highlighting Indigenous-owned artists, business owners, makers, events, and other experiences here on this blog and on social media.