: Given May is Mental Health Awareness month, we are continuing to feature summaries of research related to the various ways fertility and infertility intersect with psychiatric, mental and emotional wellbeing — in this instance the intergenerational health of children born to mothers with maternal polycystic ovary syndrome.
As part of National Women’s Health Week and Mental Health Awareness Month, we are continuing to highlight how fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) can give women the agency to understand and navigate their own menstrual cycles.
To mark National Women’s Health Week, we are featuring research examining how stress response systems may impact fertility and fetal development.
As May is Mental Health Awareness month, we will feature a series of articles that discuss the intersections between reproductive health and psychological wellbeing
Meet Lilianna* and her husband, Steve*, one of many couples that have struggled with infertility. Initially, they wanted to avoid pregnancy without using hormonal methods, so they solely relied on barrier methods such as condoms.
As we conclude our month-long infertility series, this research overview highlights the psychological impact of infertility and the potential long-term effects on mental health.