Our journey to conceive our second child wasn’t as quick as our first. With our first we tried for a year, my gynecologist said I had endometriosis, I needed surgery, and then we would start Clomid. Easy peasy… we were pregnant after our first month of Clomid.
By: Heidi Andsager, Vice-President of Conceive Nebraska March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. One in ten women suffer from endometriosis. I am one of those women. I knew something wasn’t normal when I was about 14. The pain that accompanied my monthly cycle was unbearable. When I was 16 I finally went to a gynecologist. I […]
By: E.Giglio February. The month where LOVE is celebrated more than any other time, right? Valentine’s Day is all you see in the stores the day after Christmas. The candies, chocolates, flower bouquets, and of course the must-have cards for everyone from your significant other to the kids in your child’s classrooms and play groups. It […]
By: Kassandra Mayo It’s February and love is in the air! This month we tend to focus a little more on our significant others through sappy love notes, glittering gifts, and elaborate displays of chocolates and roses. Of course, when you’re going through infertility, love can look a lot different. In fact, most relationships feel […]
Hello and Happy New Year! It is an honor to be able to introduce myself as I take on the role of President of Conceive Nebraska for 2019. My name is Kassandra Mayo and I’ve been married to my high school sweetheart for 15 years. We struggled with infertility for 12 years and had a […]