For black women infertility comes with shame and coping in silence

A paper in the journal Psychology of Women Quarterly focusing on the experiences of African-American women struggling to conceive conveys an often ignored fact: That black women are equally if not more likely to experience infertility than their white counterparts.

The difference, however, is that black women tend to cope with the trauma in silence and isolation, according to the University of Michigan study

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