Fertility Book “Catching My Baby Dust” : The Untold Story

by Dr Agilan Arjunan, Fertility Specialist  , KL Fertility Centre (Malaysia)

After about a year , we finally launched our long awaited fertility book last Thursday. “Catching My Baby Dust” was officially unveiled to the public at MPH Bookstore Nu Central.

I feel very proud to be one of the editors / authors of the book which chronicles the fertility journeys of couples who persevered through IVF. This book is not about theorethical aspects of infertility and IVF but rather focused on the most important drive to succeed : HOPE.

The 14 stories tells us about 14 couple’s own unique way of finding and keeping their flames of HOPE till they reach their goal.

“There is no accidents in life”….

What I have learned throughout my own journey as a co-editor ?

I’ve learned that perserverence has no limit. The limit is set not by our circumstance but by our own will power. The couples has demonstrated that HOPE is kept alive in their thoughts, actions and beliefs.

I’ve also learned and witnessed that the ultimate success is a culmination of many smaller efforts that accumulates over time. They did succeed after a long and hard fought journey.

I do really hope that this book will inspire those who have already embarked on their journey towards parenthood.

Good luck to you all !

Published by Dr Agilan Arjunan

A Fertility Specialist who inspires couples with infertility including male infertility to optimise their fertility treatment to achieve a successful pregnancy

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