Joining a support group and sharing your experience with others who are facing similar challenges can be helpful.
Resolve hosts peer-led support groups for men and women who are experiencing fertility, including a group in Roswell/East Cobb County.
Coping Skills for Infertility, a skills-based support group, meets at 2801 Buford Highway NE, Suite T-60, Atlanta. 678-408-4610.
Your primary care physician may also refer you to a fertility specialist, including one of the following:
-Emory Reproductive Center
550 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta. 404-778-3401. emoryhealthcare.org/centers-programs/reproductive-center.
Doctors are faculty members at the Emory University School of Medicine. They treat conditions that can affect your ability to get pregnant, including fibroids and male infertility. The practice offers infertility testing and assisted reproductive technology, including in vitro fertilization (IVF).
-Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine (ACRM)
Multiple metro Atlanta locations. 770-928-2276. atlantainfertility.com.
Doctors are fellowship-trained in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Patients are assigned a team that includes a primary physician and nurse as well as a patient care coordinator. Treatments for the causes of infertility are offered, and all advanced reproductive technologies are offered.
-Georgia Reproductive Specialists (GRS)
Multiple metro Atlanta locations. 404-843-2229. ivf.com.
GRS offers testing and treatment options that include drug therapy, surgical procedures and assisted reproductive technologies.
If you'd like to look into adoption, the following agencies and organizations can help:
-Georgia Division of Family and Children Services
Multiple metro Atlanta county. 1-877-210-KIDS (5437). dfcs.dhs.georgia.gov/adoption-process.
-Bethany Christian Services
6645 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, NE, Atlanta. 770-455-7111. bethany.org/atlanta.