Hi I am Heaven, we are conducting this awareness for infertility because it is frequently misunderstood condition. The media tends to focus on the extreme, for example, feature stories often focus on the female side of infertility. But infertility isn't only a female problem, it affects men as well. In fact, almost half of all infertile couples deal with male factor infertility. Another problem is that news reports primarily focus on age-related infertility (which makes infertility look like only a "career-woman" problem). Fertility can impact men and women of all ages. Another common problem with how the media covers infertility is they will oversimplify causes and treatments. This is especially true when it comes to studies on stress or diet and their relation to fertility.
Another issue was the study was comparing those who ate very few healthy foods and a lot of unhealthy food to those eating a much healthier, balanced diet. The truth is, most people tend to fall in the middle, and not in the extremes. While the study did find some connection between stress hormones and fertility, the study did not show that stress causes infertility. Only that stress might possibly lead to a couple more months of trying to conceive. However, the media spun the research in a way that fed into a common infertility myth. We are indeed passionate and eager to spread awareness of infertility to the general public. With infertility affecting 1 in 8, it's likely that everyone has at least one friend or family member living with infertility. When the general public understands infertility better, fertility challenged couples will be freer to talk about their condition, and this is what we are doing now and in order to reach more we are posting it here that you might as well wanted to help us reach this awareness drive a success.