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Infertility and Reproductive Choices

A member of our community posed the question, “How does infertility and/or loss affect people’s reproductive choices?”

This initial survey may assist in answering this question. It might also inspire a more in-depth survey based on the results.

Please take just a few minutes to fill out the survey. No names will be attached to the responses and you can stop taking this short survey at any time.

Infertility and Reproductive Choices


If you are looking for a closed facebook group that is comprised of parents after infertility and loss, that is science-based and primarily into gentle parenting, please ask to join RainCorns Tribe and look for a message in your “others” folder.

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