What Is A Chemical Pregnancy Loss?

This scenario is all too common: your period is a few days late. A positive pregnancy test confirms that you are pregnant, but a in a matter of days or weeks, your period starts, and you no longer see two pink lines on a pregnancy test. What you’ve experienced is known as a chemical pregnancyContinue reading “What Is A Chemical Pregnancy Loss?”

I’m not ashamed any more

Growing up, I did not know anyone who had a mental health therapist. Sure, some situations called for the expertise of a therapist but it wasn’t brought up. My turning point was when I had a conversation with each of my younger siblings individually and, they said, “I can wait to talk with my therapist”.Continue reading “I’m not ashamed any more”

May is Mental Health Awareness Month.

Check out this blog post from our sponsor. Stress and Fertility THE EFFECTS OF STRESS ON FERTILITY The effect of stress on our health has become a major topic of conversation over the last few decades. Our lives are continuously becoming more stressful. We live in a society that values ‘busyness,’ and believes that successContinue reading “May is Mental Health Awareness Month.”

Pregnancy Loss

Chrissy Teigen said “We are shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about”. There are no words that can express the kind of pain a couple feels from the loss of a child. I cant even imagine such a pain. In my group, I have met some amazing women. Strong, braveContinue reading “Pregnancy Loss”

You can change your mind

Women that have trouble conceiving do not necessarily have the same experience or feelings on the journey of seeking medical intervention, but we all have the same goal, a baby. Here’s my story. At first, my husband and I were excited when we got the chance to see a reproductive endocrinologist for the hope ofContinue reading “You can change your mind”

Introduction

Hey Friends, Welcome to the Black Women and Infertility blog. It has been a long time coming. First let me tell you a bit about myself. My name is Shervonne Coney and I am the Founder and CEO of Black Women and Infertility, which was founded in 2015. During that time, I was just recentlyContinue reading “Introduction”