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Kristen Lohman Burris LAc
· October 26, 2017
I served on the board for years in San Diego and found it tremendously valuable to my patients struggling to get or stay pregnant. As a woman who was told I'd probably never have children, and was ad...vised to get a hysterectomy, I became passionate about my reproductive health after acupuncture and herbal medicine enabled me to have children. As a natural infertility expert, who consults with infertility patients throughout the US, I'm grateful for an organization I can refer my patient to throughout the country to help with the emotional support that is so critical to the often tumultuous ride infertility tears through our hearts. Thank you to all of the Resolve volunteers that make infertility a little more bearable. See More
Lanesha Miller
· February 1, 2018
I really love this organization and I love the fact that y’all talk about secondary infertility often. That being said, I really wish that y’all would moderate the comments a little better. I highly d...oubt y’all would put up with fertile people coming in the comments saying ridiculous stuff to and about infertile people so it really irritates my spirit that every single post about secondary infertility is full of people with primary if who wanna compete in the pain olympics. See More
Michelle Galatoire
· October 2, 2017
I am SO grateful for Resolve! When I was struggling with infertility, in Resolve I found education, advocacy and most of all connection! Serving on the board at Resolve of Houston is where I found m...y soul sisters, my voice and my deep desire to help others on the journey. Thank you!!! Michelle Galatoire, Fertility Coach See More
Lauren Stygar
· December 25, 2017
I believe the work states parenting in a way more pronounced than the work of the program called WIC with my Catholic church. I deserve the work to increase and be splendid for human hosting of the ti...ny being from conception and beyond. I look forward to my first meeting in the New Year.Merry Christmas. See More
Jennifer Wray
· October 16, 2017
I’m grateful to Resolve for its political advocacy, its social media presence, and most of all, for enabling me to meet in-person in a support group with other women going through infertility.
Kerri Costarella
· April 17, 2016
My husband and I have been married for almost 12 years, did iui , and 2013 went and tried Ivf , lost our baby at 11 weeks, tried a second transfer and it didn't stick, decided to take some time to hea...l, emotional wasn't ready, to have support systems, to hear others stories it helps, I love to found this site , and bring awareness to others, financially it's stressful and hard and strongly believe Ivf should have some kind of coverage covered through insurance as we were at 100 percent out of pocket! See More
Carolyn Thomas
· September 12, 2015
I lost my baby at 18 weeks, it has been over a year since it happened but it still haunts me. Packing up all the gifts was the hardest thing I have ever had to do. The box sits untouched in my parents... garage where it is out of sight and far away. Your page is so inspirational! When I'm having a hard day I visit your page and read how other women have overcome this horrific pain. Thank you for speaking up! Thank you for everything you share! Thank you for making me feel like I am not alone! Thank you! See More
Jillian Remackel
· July 25, 2016
Resolve is great. It has helped me a lot during my journey. I love reading others stories and the quotes. I was just diagnosed with Endometriosis. I had to have a tube removed because of it a few week...s ago. I had my other one removed 11 years ago because of an ovarian cysts. So, now I'm on a different path than I ever thought I would be on. Right now, hubby and I are taking a break and going to see a fertility doctor to talk about our next options in a few months. See More
Andrena Nadine King
· April 6, 2016
During my research to find resources as my husband and I face challenges conceiving I came across RESOLVE. I am so grateful for the amount of information, resources and knowledge we both have obtained.... I am now committed to being an infertility advocate so I can be a mighty giant of encouragement for others. Thank you for being an outstanding resource and network to connect people from all over the world who understand the journey of infertility. #hope #infertilityadvocate See More
Sue Ann Brabson Johnston
· June 23, 2017
RESOLVE is a top notch organization which was my lifeline during my struggle with infertility. RESOLVE is run by the most compassionate people who advocate for all those who want to build their I am a RESOLVE Proud Partner and I love this organization. See More
Jessica Bires Tutton
· March 18, 2014
While I think the education and advocacy Resolve provides for Infertility is wonderful, I've recently become disenchanted with the way their threads and comments are handled on this Facebook page. I ...think Resolve should do a better job of monitoring the comments. Also, as a person who went through years of IF tx and decided to pursue adoption, I am disappointed with some of the improper language used here regarding adoption. Edited to add- RESOLVE has been open to accepting feedback (like above) from the community, and making some changes. I hope that we can all move forward in a positive direction. I urge you to email them if you have any issues - particularly with this page- as they are a small nonprofit and may not know what is happening. See More
Renee Randall
· December 7, 2015
I am so glad I found this! My husband and I have been struggling for 3-1/2 years. After I had my son we haven't been able to get pregnant. We have been seeing an incredible fertility doctor who I hope... found the answer. I have alway hid that I had a "problem" but after reading through all this its not a shame or anything and I think letting people know I have this problem may help others out there. Thank you ! See More
E-Beth Cordell Marshall
· July 15, 2017
Thank you RESOLVE for everything you do!!! And a HUGE thank you for Betsy who has helped me with my journey of trying to get a bill passed in Arizona.
Jenny Smyth
· October 2, 2017
An incredible resource and advocacy group.
Sarah Beaton
· August 6, 2016
Been TTC for just over 3 years now and have been through a TON of medical tests and procedures. Still no baby but feeling happy in my life. Without RESOLVE, I'm not sure I would've gotten to this pla...ce in my life and for that, I am forever grateful! See More
Deborah King
· March 10, 2014
An excellent organization...but please...please choose a term other than "child free" for those forced to give up the dream of parenthood. #WhatHappensWhenYouLose
Mary Chacon Peterson
· January 4, 2017
Thirty-four years Resolve helped me in so many ways in our search for a child; after thirteen years of trying I finally had three!
ChristChild Rattan
· March 17, 2014
I amm glad that you got true with your dreams and may god bless you and your family but for some people it is not that easy to adopt a child especially in other countries including mines
Carmela Oliveri
· March 14, 2014
Thank you for all of the info posted on this page! So thankful for the hearts of those who founded Resolve & for everything they do for those struggling with infertility!
Lorna Coleman
· September 10, 2014
RESOLVE has been doing a phenominal job nationally but needs to bring awareness to this sickness globally. Much awareness is not know to women around the world. They are just left on their own to deal... with PCOS. Help those who are in third world countries live and deal with this syndrome. HELP! HELP! please help us. We dont need money. Just sisterly support and advice. HELP US PLEASE!!!!!! See More

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