43 Quotes About Infertility


Dealing with infertility can leave you feeling powerless. These quotes about infertility capture the many challenges couples are faced with when trying to have a child.

“Adoption will test your faith and your relationships. It will bend you and stretch you more than you know. And it will make you a better mamma because of it.”

“All it takes is one bloom of hope to make a spiritual garden.”

“Change your thoughts and you change your world.”

“Coping with infertility is a process and if you rush to move forward before you are ready it may set you backwards in the long run. Allow yourself to process everything you are feeling.”

“Courage is going from failure to failure without ever losing enthusiasm.”

“Courage is the discovery that you may not win and trying when you know you can lose.”

“Do your research and be open to all options.”

“Don’t be discouraged. It’s often the last key in the bunch that opens the lock.”

“Don’t listen to people who tell you how you’re supposed to feel – the only one who gets to decide that is you. ”

“Every aspect of my being was challenged: my self-worth, my femininity, my profession, my marriage, my faith.”

“Fall seven times, get up eight.”

“For guys: As difficult as it may be, let rip with your emotions. Don’t bottle them up because it will not end well.”

“Getting pregnant wasn’t easy, and I found that devastating. I really beat myself up for waiting so long when I’d always wanted children and family had been the basis of my happiness my whole life.”

“Hope is a renewable option: If you run out of it at the end of the day, you get to start over in the morning.”

“I was not going to put my body or spirit through any more infertility treatments. It’s crazy for me to do that when there are so many children out there that need love and a home.”

“Infertility does NOT define me.”

“Infertility is a loss. It’s the loss of a dream. It’s the loss of an assumed future. And, like every loss, it will be grieved.”

“Infertility is this huge emotional roller coaster. If you want in your heart more than anything to have a baby, it’s the hardest thing you will ever go through physically, emotionally, and financially.”

“It’s going to be okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end.”

“Just go with it and take it day-by-day. Try not to think about tomorrow.”

“Keep the faith and the hope alive. The faith is what helps fuel my hope that we will become parents.”

“Let your actions and your words define you, not a condition.”

“Oh, what a power is motherhood, possessing A potent spell. All women alike Fight fiercely for a child.”

“One-third of all female infertility is the result of blocked fallopian tubes. If fertilization could be done in the lab and then the fertilized egg implanted in the womb, it would get around that problem.”

“Perhaps strength doesn’t reside in having never been broken but in the courage required to grow strong in the broken places.”

“Research shows that a woman who has a history of depression is twice as likely to subsequently experience infertility as a woman with no history of depression.”

“Sometimes in tragedy we find out life’s purpose the eye sheds a tear to find its focus.”

“The internet has given me a bit of sanity during this trying time. I found so many women going through similar situations, trying to make sense of it all through their blogs. I didn’t feel so alone.”

“The jump is so frightening between where I am and where I want to be. Because of all I may become, I will close my eyes and leap.”

“The longer you wait for something, the more you’ll appreciate it when you get it. Because anything worth having is definitely worth waiting for.”

“There are thin girls with infertility issues, normal sized girls with infertility issues and overweight girls with infertility issues.”

“There’s no telling how many miles you have to run while chasing a dream.”

“They go through all of this (infertility treatments) without any guarantee that they will have a child at the end of the process. The process has taken a financial, physical and emotional toll.”

“Try to continue to do the things you used to do and remember the things that brought you joy before you started TTC.”

“We continued to pray, and I tried to stay positive, telling my husband that everything happens for a reason, and it will happen in God’s time.”

“We had been through so much, infertility and chemicals and treatments . . . and that was very emotional for my wife.”

“We must try not to sink beneath our anguish, but battle on.”

“What isn’t today, might be tomorrow.”

“When it’s dark enough, you can see the stars.”

“When you’re feeling your worst, that’s when you get to know yourself the best.”

“Whether or not you are at the beginning, going through it, or recovering after infertility treatments, trust that owning your story is the way through it and back to you.”

“You NEED to find ways to nurture yourself through this…whatever you need to do to nurture yourself through this time, DO IT.”

“You’re not alone. Speak out. We need to be loud to be recognized.”

Infertility can lead you down a path to suffering from frustration and injustice. Finding a remedy to infertility can change your life forever.

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