The psychological and emotional impact of infertility is often a silent component that can have a profound effect on those who engage in fertility treatment and those who continue to successful outcomes.

There remain many questions on how stress, lifestyle and circumstances effect fertility and reproductive outcomes of those undergoing treatment.  Much attention has been paid to identify modifiable psychosocial stressors, as this has the potential provide patients with behavior modifications to optimize their experience through fertility treatment and improve outcomes.

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