Woman Struggling with Infertility: ‘Just Relax and It’ll Happen’

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Thanks to a remarkable medical breakthrough called “Just relax and it’ll happen,” Sarah Silver, 39, finally gave birth to a beautiful set of twin girls: Faith and Grace. After 8 years of expensive infertility treatments, including Clomid, 6 rounds of intrauterine insemination, 15 rounds of in vitro fertilization with 37 adorable embryos, acupuncture, herbal supplements, and homeopathic remedies, Sarah was relieved to find out she could simply conceive by just trying not to stress about getting pregnant.

“Just relax and it’ll happen,”

She tells the GomerBlog team about her experience, “Well, my neighbor kindly noticed that I
was approaching 40 and was not yet a mother. It was sweet of her to offer advice as we just met a week ago, and she didn’t even know my correct name. It can be a little awkward bringing up the topic, so I was very relieved she just did!”

“Laura,” she said to me, “as a mother of 7 kids, all of which were unplanned, one of which was conceived at my senior prom, and none of which I can afford, I’ll tell you what you need to do. You need to just relax and it’ll happen! Especially if it’s God’s plan.”

So Sarah bought a $5 box of wine, rented Zoolander, and didn’t even shave her legs. Two weeks later, boom! Positive pregnancy test! Her OB, Dr. Ima Hopeful, was shocked. “After all these years, who knew ‘Just relax and it’ll happen’ was a viable fertility method?!?! Sarah is so fortunate she had this well-meaning neighbor in her life!”

Dr. Hopeful thinks this discovery will revolutionize reproductive medicine, but will result in thousands of reproductive endocrinologists losing their jobs. “Hmmm,” she reflects, “maybe we’ll just keep this story under wraps.”

  • Dr. Amy G. Dala

    Dr. Amy G. Dala spends her days trying to save the children from The Google, Jenny McCarthy, and unnecessary head CTs. She works because the alternative—being a stay-at-home mother to her several young tyrants—is much scarier. Follow her @AmyGDalaMD.

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