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Genea is passionate about opening up the conversation around early pregnancy loss and so we've formed a partnership with The Pink Elephants Support Network, a not for profit charity, formed to support women through miscarriage, pregnancy loss and beyond. The group support women through their grief, nurture them as they heal and empower them as they move into the future.
You can also find The Pink Elephants Support Network on Facebook and Instagram.
There’s something comforting about curling up with a good book. And these books add an extra layer of comfort because they’re written by people just like you who have been through infertility and pregnancy loss. You are not alone.
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Watch patients, fertility specialists and Genea staff as they cover numerous conception topics, give advice and share their experience.
Research shows that parents who conceive through assisted reproductive treatment are at a higher risk of developing perinatal depression and anxiety (PNDA). This insight led to Genea collaborating with Gidget Foundation Australia, a not for profit organisation that provides programs to support the emotional wellbeing of expectant and new parents. One in five mothers and one in 10 fathers will experience perinatal depression and anxiety, so support services and education and awareness programs for the wider community are essential.
You can also find Gidget Foundation on Facebook and Instagram.