Trying to Conceive After a Miscarriage

According to the March of Dimes, about 10 to 15 in 100 pregnancies (10 to 15 percent) end in miscarriage. If you or someone you care about has lost a child to stillbirth, miscarriage, or any other cause at any point during pregnancy, and are feeling defeated, alone, sad, angry, or frustrated, we hear you, and we are with you. 

Tens of thousands across the United States are devastated each year by the loss of their baby. If you're trying to conceive and hoping to expand your family, such a setback can be difficult, and you may feel lost. Organic Conceptions is the first organization to research and map the pivotal psychological transitions from couples, and we want to use what we've discovered to help guide you forward. 

Who is Organic Conceptions?

We are helping couples on their path-to-parenthood. We’re the first organization to research, map, and bring-to-life the emotional stages of infertility, and this includes those who have endured a setbackOrganic Conceptions works in partnership with medical professionals, holistic healers, acupuncturists, and other caretakers to ensure couples are cared for in every possible way. 

The company's online program, The Journey to Parenthood & Beyondcan help you identify, address, and overcome the suffering involved with a setback such as pregnancy loss when you’re trying to conceive. We’ve discovered that the latest neuroscience points to a connection between your fertility and your emotional health.  

This is why we offer cognitive-behavioral therapeutic techniques empower couples to enhance their emotional health, improving the environment for conception and quality of life overall. 

Conceiving When You’ve Endured a Setback 

Whether you’ve experienced a miscarriage, have received unsuccessful fertility treatment, or another kind of setback, if you want to try to conceive again, we want to help. It’s more than understandable to feel tired, angry, or that your relationship is under more strain than ever. Our program will work to build you back up, offer you coaching and tools from the comfort of your own home to work through.  

Some of those we’ve worked with that have experienced a set back have shared the following with us:  

  • “I am devastated and overwhelmed after a recent setback (failed treatment, miscarriage, etc.).” 
  • “I don’t know how to proceed with treatment, or when we should start trying to conceive again.” 
  • “I am tired, sad, and angry because of the pain I’ve experienced due to fertility struggles.” 
  • “I feel alone. No one understands what I’ve gone through or what I’m feeling.” 

Does this sound like you? Have you made similar statements? Do they resonate with you and your current emotional state? If so, we feel we can help. 

How Can Organic Conceptions Help? 

We believe in genuinely optimizing your health for conception by giving you the road-map and support needed to ensure your mindset is contributing to your journey. Your perspective is essential when it comes to trying to have a family. We call this as the Fertile Mindset™. Organic Conceptions has found that where your mind is, fertility follows, and scientific studies support this. 

While we can never take away the pain of your loss, we want to help you move through it. This is why we provide a step-by-step, self-paced, audio program and workbook designed for women and couples that you can explore in the privacy and comfort of home. It delves into the remarkable findings from those who overcame infertility and discusses, in detail, the patterns, commonalities, and insights that came from a multi-year study. The program serves as a framework to help couples like yourself to embrace and emerge from your previous setback to conceive.  

To learn more about how we can help those who have dealt with a misfortune, please click here. And don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have. We want to help!

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