More Love to Give: A Story of Secondary Infertility, IVF and the Desperate Quest for Another Child by Helen Davies

More Love to Give: A Story of Secondary Infertility, IVF and the Desperate Quest for Another Child

byHelen Davies

Kobo ebook | April 7, 2017

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A story of Secondary Infertility, IVF and the desperate quest for another child.

Surely I wasn’t the only one struggling for another baby? Yet why did I feel so alone and why did I feel so guilty?

After four years trying to conceive, when Helen Davies gave birth to her son Zac, she felt complete. That was until the desire to extend the family and give her son a sibling kicked in and the fertility drugs didn’t work the second time round.

‘More Love To Give’ is an inspiring, true story following Helen’s turbulent journey through four rounds of IVF in her desperate desire to have another child and expand her beloved family. It gives an insight into the challenges of Secondary Infertility, the lack of empathy for the condition and how she dealt with the guilt at trying for another baby, when she knew others still longed for their first.

Helen’s candidness will provide reassurance and understanding for couples trying for another baby and a useful insight for their friends and family.

Sometimes sad, sometimes funny, this is an honest account describing the physical, mental and emotional challenges that are unique to someone struggling with Secondary Infertility and undergoing IVF, who is fortunate to have a child and yet feels they have more love to give.

Title:More Love to Give: A Story of Secondary Infertility, IVF and the Desperate Quest for Another ChildFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 7, 2017Publisher:yorkpublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990052766393

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