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Romance and Infertility: Valentine’s Day Tips

Balancing romance and infertility

Tips to manage romance and infertility on Valentine’s DayValentine’s Day can be an emotional holiday for fertility patients, as they struggle to balance romance and infertility. However, it doesn’t have to be. Make February 14 a day to reconnect with your partner and with yourself. Our Nashville fertility specialists offer tips that can help.

Tips to manage romance and infertility on Valentine’s Day

Our Nashville fertility specialists understand the urgency, the feeling of wanting so badly to become parents. You likely feel lots of anxiety and stress, which can affect your relationship. Make a pact with your partner not to discuss infertility on Valentine’s Day. You’ll have plenty of time for that later, so there’s no need for a war between romance and infertility.

This Valentine’s Day may be your last without a child, so make the most of it and shower your partner with attention. Focus on the love you have right in front of you. Go to your favorite restaurant, check out a comedy show or spend the day binge-watching your favorite show together. There’s no wrong way to celebrate your love.

Infertility can take the steam out of lovemaking. Scheduling sex is helpful for conception, but it’s hardly romantic. This Valentine’s Day try to recall the ease and passion you and your partner shared in your honeymoon phase. Remember that passion and rekindle that fire. Forget the ovulation schedule and let romance take control.

Practice self-love, self-care and gratitude

Don’t forget about loving yourself this Valentine’s Day. What do you love? What calms and relaxes you? Book a massage, go to a yoga class, take a long bath, read a good book or go see a movie. Treat yourself on February 14.

Gratitude is also a great practice. Make a list of the things you’re thankful for. Once you start, you can usually find more things to love about the life you have right now.

Happy Valentine’s Day from our Nashville fertility specialists. If you’re trying to conceive and would like a fertility evaluation, contact us for an appointment. Our physicians can help you determine the best treatment for you.


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