Each year on the Sunday before Mother’s Day, National Infertility Survival Day is observed.
This day was intentionally placed before Mother’s Day to finally put those struggling with infertility first in the order of things. Many keep their struggle private. However, others choose to bring the issue out in the open and share with family and friends. On National Infertility Survival Day, to share, bond, band together and celebrate the significant triumphs and small daily efforts is each person’s personal choice.
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Founded by Beverly Barna in 2004, National Infertility Survival Day, she conceived the day as a way to give those struggling with infertility their own special day. She is also the author of Infertility Sucks! (Keeping It All Together When Sperm and Egg Remain Stubbornly Apart.) For more information visit her website at www.infertilitysucks-thebook.com
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