What Solo Moms-To-Be Should Know About Fertility Treatments
Solo parenting may still be stigmatized, but the truth is that
a third of children in the United States are living with unmarried or solo parents, a rate that has more than doubled since 1968. And while the prospect of having a kid on your own may sound intimidating, with the right support network, including family, friends, and medical professionals who can help ease you through the process of becoming a mother, there’s absolutely no reason to panic.
That’s why we tapped reproductive expert Dr. Nicole Noyes, MD, System Chief for Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility and Director of Fertility Preservation at
Northwell Health, to shed light on everything solo moms need to know before starting fertility treatments.