National Infertility Awareness Week 2021 (NIAW)

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What is National Infertility Awareness Week?

National Infertility Awareness Week (April 18, 2021 – April 24, 2021), hosted by RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association, is a time to change the conversation about infertility, educate others, advocate for the infertility community and be open about your own journey. Each year during this important week, millions come together to bring awareness to infertility by addressing the stigmas, barriers and challenges surrounding infertility.

It’s important to remember that infertility does not discriminate based on race, sexuality, economic status or religion, and that the movement begins by uniting together to make a difference. Advocacy efforts are more successful when people have a better overall understanding of infertility and how it affects so many men and women. It also means that those who are struggling might receive more support, feel more hopeful and gain confidence to open up about their own fertility challenges.

Knowing the Facts 

Infertility can feel isolating, but NIAW is a reminder that no one is alone in their journey to conceive. Knowing that infertility is common and treatable can give hope to those facing struggles caused by infertility.

Read our checklist for infertility facts to remember:


How to Get Involved During NIAW

There are a number of different ways to get involved and make an impact during NIAW. You can educate others, be open about your infertility, donate to organizations that support the infertility community, advocate for better insurance coverage, participate in infertility awareness events and much more.

Find RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association’s list of ways to get involved here.


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Our Commitment to Inclusivity

We take pride in ensuring that each person who enters our clinic feels comfortable and heard. That's why each member of the Laurel Fertility Care team has earned a certification in LGBTQ+ inclusion.

Third Party Reproduction

What is Third Party Reproduction?

In some cases a third party, such as a donor and/or a gestational carrier is needed.

Why Laurel Fertility Care?

We offer a supportive, inclusive, and knowledgeable team to guide you when you’re ready to pursue your dream of a family. Our team is dedicated to providing you with personalized care that is full of hope!

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Our team of specialists is here to create a personalized care plan for you. Learn more about our treatment options and what works best for you and your family.