Finding a fertility doctor (also called a “reproductive endocrinologist”) you trust and who understands your specific case and needs, is a hugely important part of the infertility treatment process. Dr. Ellen Goldstein shares some tips on when to find an RE, how to know if they’re a good fit and what types of questions to ask.
Embryology is a field that most people haven’t heard of…unless they’ve gone through IVF. And for those of us who have been through IVF, odds are we’ve had a LOT of questions about embryos. We asked our Instagram followers to send us their big questions about embryos and reached out to Kristen Jones, an embryologist in Australia to help us answer them!
If you’re a Type A planner who loves control and updating your Google calendar, welp….infertility is probably your greatest nightmare. Infertility can bring even the most buttoned up, organized, over-functioners to their knees. Danielle Hall of MyVitro shares her favorite tips for getting through infertility when you’re Type A.
If you’re an IVF parent, you might be wondering how or when to approach the topic of your little one’s “origin story.” How and when should you talk about it? When? Fellow fertility warrior Tess Kossow aims to make this conversation easier for parents and kiddos alike in her new board books written specifically for IVF-conceived kids.