Top 5 Hilariously Infertile Posts!


Karen Jeffries is the author of Hilariously Infertile: One Woman’s Inappropriate Quest to Help Women Laugh Through Infertility, a smart, touching, encouraging, and, yes, often very funny memoir of her struggles with fertility.

Infertility can be a daunting journey and with the amount of times you get to hear the the "don't-stress-yourself" assurances, it can be pretty exhausting as well. To serve you some laughs along the way, famed author and fertility blogger, Karen Jeffries from Hilariously Infertile has put together a list of her top 5 posts that all of us can relate with!



1. The most liked post over the past year was of an exasperated Ben Affleck with the caption, “All infertiles on Mother’s Day.” I believe this post resonates with people because it is true. Mother’s Day is a holiday celebrating the thing that people in the infertile community are striving to achieve, motherhood. When the whole world is celebrating mothers and you are trying day and night to become a mother, it is exhausting, and most people feel exactly how this post shows Ben Affleck feeling - done.



2. This post I found on the internet and felt that it was so accurate. It is Mr. Bean, or at least, that is how I know him, in a field waiting for something, year after year, until finally in 2018 he just lies down, seemingly giving up. I find this post funny because it captures the length of the infertility process and how, in some cases, it takes years and years to become pregnant. I also like this post because it allows people to know that it is okay to take a long time through their struggle with infertility, it sucks, but it is normal, unfortunately.



3. This is a repost of Amy Schumer’s post about freezing her embryos, so that she and her husband can have a better chance of getting pregnant with a second child when they are ready, and not when her biological clock tells her to be ready. This post resonates with my followers because, although we would not wish infertility, or even preventative embryo freezing on anyone, it is important to us to see celebrities using their large platforms to bring awareness to infertility. Seeing any celebrity being open and honest about their struggle helps with general infertility awareness. It also helps people who are going through it to know that they are not alone.



4. This post is somewhat graphic, but that, I believe, is what people like about it. All women struggle with their periods, even if you don’t have “bad periods” there still have been times in your life when you’ve been having a rough day, physically, because of your period, and you are smiling through it. Many women have significantly heavier periods than normal and they don’t talk about it, not even to their Ob-Gyns. This post is popular with my followers because it calls it exactly how it is - periods are a bloodbath and we all still smile through and go about our day. This image I found on the internet.




5. The last top “liked” post for the past year is an e-card I found on the internet. This sentiment has a profound reaction with my followers because, again, it is so true. Personally, I spent a lot of time, and money, trying to not get pregnant in my twenties. I had no idea that I was infertile, none. Had I known that I was infertile I maybe would have frozen my eggs earlier, or spent less years on birth control. I was on birth control for eleven years when I found out that I was infertile. This post captures my feelings exactly.

Karen Jeffries is the author of Hilariously Infertile: One Woman’s Inappropriate Quest to Help Women Laugh Through Infertility, a smart, touching, encouraging, and, yes, often very funny memoir of her struggles with fertility.

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