© 2020 Wiley Periodicals LLCPurpose: This study focuses on psychological and social problems of women getting pregnant with fertility before and after pregnancy. This study to gain a more in-depth understanding of the processes in which infertility affected the kinds of psychological and social consequences they experienced. Design and Methods: A qualitative descriptive design was used in the study. The descriptive and thematic content analysis methods were used for the analysis of the data obtained for the study. Findings: The identified themes are as follows: (1) society's social and psychological pressure, (2) isolation from the “fertile” world, (3) effects on marital relationship, (4) perspectives of family members, (5) experiencing pregnancy. Implications for Nursing Practice: Supportive counseling provided by nurses can be an integral component of treatment in infertile women.