Your Path to Pregnancy: Q & A with Alex, Founder of Pursuing Fatherhood

I am incredibly passionate about taking care of myself to make sure that I can show up for my family. I was a teenager when I lost my dad at 44. He died of a sudden heart attack. That’s my worst nightmare. I want to do everything that I can to take care of myself so that I can be here, and be at my best for my family.

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"Infertility is looked at as a female issue. Even doctorseven our OBGYNinstantly put me on fertility medication without ever saying, Hey, you do have PCOS, and there’s a good chance that’s causing you not to get pregnant, but let’s get your husband tested too. This is not just a women’s thing."

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Talking about my experience is how I heal. We have a lot of friends and family around us, and of course my online community is there every step of the way. Everyone in my life knows where they stand with me on infertility, and that is that they can ask me anything they want. I don’t want to be treated like I have a disease. I don’t want people to tiptoe around me. I think that, because I’ve become so open, I have more support.

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“As we know, infertility isn’t a he or she problem, it is an us problem...When it comes to infertility, it’s so common for people to assume it’s the female who’s to ‘blame’, but this is definitely not the case. In fact, roughly 40% of infertility cases are caused by male factor infertility, roughly the same % as female factor infertility. I’m hoping that, over time, more men open up about MFI and their experiences…” Read more from The IVF Warrior, Cheryl Dowling

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"Beli was referred to by Jacob’s sister. She had heard from a friend of a friend who had used Beli to get pregnant. She recommended it to us because Jacob had some personal concerns about his fertility.  We ordered a bottle to see how it would go. Jacob took the pills diligently and within the first month off birth control, we were pregnant!"

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