How assisted conception can have an impact on relationships

27th, February 2015

The stress of the inability to conceive naturally is known to be associated with a range of emotional side effects, which can have an impact on relationships.

Wanting to have children is a natural instinct for many people. Women and men want to be parents, to continue their family line, to have the responsibility of looking after someone from the moment they are conceived. These are psychological drivers, and so when having a child proves difficult, it takes a toll on the psychological wellbeing of those wanting that baby.

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The stress of the inability to conceive naturally is known to be associated with a range of emotional side effects such as:

  • ANGER
  • ANXIETY
  • LOW SELF ESTEEM
  • MARITAL PROBLEMS
  • ISOLATION
  • DEPRESSION

Read the full blog about fertillity and relationships on our sister site, Origin Fertility Care.


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