It can be distressing to find that you or your partner have a fertility problem. Fertility issues are often unexpected.
Fertility issues are more and more common these days, with many couples finding that starting a family is not as easy as they once thought.
While there are a number of treatment options for fertility issues these days, some people find that fertility problems and infertility treatments can be upsetting and distressing. Relationships often struggle under the stress and uncertainty that fertility issues can bring,
Both infertility and its treatment can feel overwhelming
Finding our that one partner in your relationship has fertility problems can be confusing and disappointing news. Suddenly, plans for starting a family feel uncertain and challenging.
There are different kinds of fertility problems for both men and women and various treatments that may be used for these problems.
While counselling and psychotherapy are not considered as treatment options for fertility problems, therapy can be very helpful in reducing the stress and other feelings that often come with infertility. Therapy together with infertility treatment can lead to good outcomes.
Fertility problems affect both men and women
Both men and women can experience emotional or psychological distress when facing fertility problems and when considering infertility treatments. Infertility and its treatment may bring about feelings of fear and anxiety.
A sense of loss, anger, denial, shame, jealousy, fear of abandonment and feelings of being less masculine or less feminine are just some of the feelings people with fertility problems sometimes experience.
Therapy can help alleviate these feelings and challenge negative thinking associated with fertility problems.
Counselling for infertility problems in Brighton can help
Infertility problems are a common concern brought by women in counselling. Men, too, can struggle with an infertility diagnosis.
Equally, couples sometimes seek therapy together to help explore and resolve the impact that infertility or its treatment might be having on their relationship.
Whether it’s personal therapy or couples therapy, our counselling and psychotherapy services have been used to help alleviate much of the fear, apprehension, uncertainty and other feelings that often come with fertility problems and treatment.
Please feel free to contact us if you would like to learn more about our infertility support services in central Brighton.
Over the years, we have helped a number of people in Brighton understand and resolve fertility issues and infertility treatment.
Our counsellors and psychotherapists
We have an experienced team of professional counsellors and psychotherapists in central Brighton. One of us may be able to help.
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Personal counselling is useful for a wide range of personal issues. Couples therapy may help if your problem is shared with your partner.
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