Our expert says:
This can be complex. Women who have difficulty falling pregnant obviously feel sad, and some of the hormones they may receive to enhance fertility can mess up one's mood and add to the risk of depression. It would be very wise for you to see a shrink for assessment and advice, both to deal with the disappointment of not being pregnant yet, and the suspense of trying to do so.
And as others say, the stress about this can reduce your fertility, so working with a counsellor to feel more comfortable about all this can actually enance your chances of conceiving.
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