What should I do if my partner has fertility problems?

If your partner has fertility problems, it's important to maintain a strong relationship and talk openly about your feelings. Common feelings among couples affected by infertility may include guilt, frustration, and sadness. Sometimes, partners may feel isolated from one another or resentful toward each other. Because of this, it's important to talk openly about your feelings and expectations. Remember that fertility problems are common, and it's not anyone's fault. It's important to support each other and to consider all your options, including adoption and surrogacy. Counseling, therapy, and support groups may be helpful during this challenging time.

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