Doctor explains why he feels pregnancy is not something to joke about

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YORK, Pa - One in 6 couples will deal with infertility. Infertility is defined by having unprotected sex for a year without conceiving. Every April Fools Day many people announce they are pregnant and then, say "April Fools"! Doctors at the Fertility Center, LLC in York do not feel pregnancy should be a joke.

"Patients who go through infertility and are struggling for years to try to conceive don't see any humor in that at all. They're facing it month-to-month dealing with trying to conceive and when somebody plays a joke that they're pregnant when they're not it just shows insensitivity to this problem," Robert Filer M. D.