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April’s Journey to Fertility: Week Thirty Five
Posted by: April on Feb 02, 2010 in News

April is a CNY Fertility Center patient and has been on her journey to fertility for approximately two and a half years. April will share candid stories and a unique perspective on the fertility challenges many women and couples face. CNY Fertility Center has locations in Syracuse, Albany and Rochester, NY.

Week Thirty Five: Groundhog Day…. Again
There are many parallels between Bill Murray’s famous movie, Groundhog Day, and my journey to fertility. I often feel as if I just keep doing the same things and getting the same results, over and over and over. There seems to be no escaping the fertility cycle of appointments, blood work, negative pregnancy tests and the like. I can relate to Bill Murray’s feelings as he slams down his alarm clock hoping, against the odds, that this is the day – the day that it will no longer be Groundhog Day. The man does everything in his power to escape the somewhat humorous and extremely aggravating repetition he must endure for quite sometime.

Along the way, Bill begins to have a bit of fun though; he learns a new language and how to play the piano. Once Bill finally makes some personal realizations, he is able to wake up to a new day, February 3rd.  Eventually, Groundhog Day does end for Bill Murray, and our journeys to fertility will end as well.

Whether the little critter sees his shadow or not today, spring will eventually arrive. We may still have to endure some gray days and blustery snow flurries, but in the end, spring will make its appearance and the winter doldrums will fade away. Perhaps we need to view our fertility journeys in a similar manner. Yes, the start of each new cycle feels like a repeat of exactly what happened one month ago. Yes, the constant doctor appointments and blood tests can become demanding and monotonous as we go through one more month of procedures. At some point though, this month will be the last month and the next blood test will be a positive pregnancy test. Bill Murray hung in there until fate resolved itself and we simply have to do the same.

Please do not forget though, that in the midst of Bill’s repetitive Groundhog Day experiences, he did have some fun. He wooed a lovely lady and learned some insightful lessons along the way. Do not forget to have some fun as the winter season progresses and spring works its way into our weather patterns. The daffodils will be blooming before we know it!

Peace and blessings,
April all Year

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Below are links to April’s past articles in case you missed any of them:

Week thirty four: Empowerment

Week thirty three: Fearful

Week thirty two: Life’s Haze

Week thirty one: Feel Fabulous

Week thirty: Counting Your Blessings

Week twenty nine: The Holidays

Week twenty eight: Making yourself a priority

Week twenty seven: The truth is…

Week twenty six: Making a Plan

Week twenty five: Attitude of Gratitude

Week twenty four: Giving

Week twenty three: De-cluttering

Week twenty two: The Voice from Within

Week twenty one: Marital Bliss Part II

Week twenty: Marital bliss and infertility

Week nineteen: The changing seasons

Week eighteen: Grand Opening

Week seventeen: Trust your place

Week sixteen: Labels

Week fifteen: Keeping the faith

Week fourteen: Keep at it

Week thirteen: Maya Abdominal Massage

Week twelve: Acupuncture

Week eleven: A little bit at a time

Week ten: Well-timed reminders

Week nine: Summertime

Week eight: Resiliency

Week seven: Tiny miracles

Week six: Bahama Mama

Week five: The right path for us

Week four: Our fertility treatment “break”

Week three: Deliberate choices

Week two: This moment

Week one: My story

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