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Infertility and Mood disorder

Much of my work as a fertility counsellor involves supporting people who are struggling to conceive a child and are experiencing feelings of sadness, anxiety and distress.  These sorts of reactions are incredibly normal in the context of such a difficult situation, but when does this become a clinical problem?  This article from Infertility.about.doc explores the difference between feeling distressed by your infertility, and being depressed.

http://infertility.about.com/od/copingwithinfertility/a/Infertility-And-Depression-101.htm?utm_content=buffer3b3ea&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer482143799

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