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The Sometimes Long Road to Baby

May 28, 2017
Katie Visco

For some couples, the road to starting a family can be difficult. Infertility is often a private journey, wrought with heightened emotion and a sea of unanswered questions. For women who have trouble conceiving, suffer numerous miscarriages or fail to identify the reason for their fertility issues often a fertility expert is needed. With the help of a fertility doctor, many more women can successfully fulfill their dream of motherhood with the birth of a baby. Read more about one couple's journey to parenthood, through numerous struggles and a difficult delivery on the Motherlode, the New York Time's parenting blog.  


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