Shining a Light on Infertility in North Dakota

It’s an issue that doesn’t get much attention unless it affects you. More than 14,000 North Dakotans have trouble getting or sustaining a pregnancy. Tara Brandner is the president of Everlasting Hope and she joins us via Skype to discuss the challenges these couples face and some areas where they can get help.

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Life After Loss: The Hidden Numbers of Miscarriage

By Morgan Benth | Posted: Tue 10:36 PM, Feb 18, 2020 Starting a family is a dream for many couples, but the March of Dimes estimates half of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. Last night we discussed the shockingly high rate of women who go through miscarriage. Tonight, we’re talking with women who are breaking the silence on […]

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Erin Bettenhausen

My name is Erin Bettenhausen and I’m an infertility warrior! Although no infertility story is exactly the same, if you ask anyone who has had to struggle with reproductive issues, many would say they have experienced some, if not all, of these emotions: anxiety, sadness, frustration, heartbreak, disappointment, fear, depression, guilt, confusion, shame, envy, and […]

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Everlasting Hope on North Dakota Today

1 in 8 individuals or couples, more than 14,000 North Dakota residents have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy. 1 in 4 of those couples cannot afford treatment. The struggle to become pregnant or to sustain a pregnancy can often be a lonely and isolating journey. Everlasting Hope is hoping to change that. Tara Brandner the President and Founder of Everlasting Hope and Jennifer Hill join North Dakota Today to help spread awareness.

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