According to Mayo Clinic, nearly nearly 10 to 15 percent of couples in America are infertile and unfortunately this number is only growing. With so many people battling infertility, there's a huge demand for support in all forms be it emotional, medical or psychological.
In addition to dietary, medical and lifestyle changes. infertile individuals can greatly benefit from resources that offer support throughout their journey. Because oddly enough, as common as infertility actually is, it is still a topic thoroughly stigmatized and seldom talked about in the open. But with rising numbers has come rising awareness about this absolutely crucial subject, which has paved the way for a rich, diverse community of fertility coaches and podcasters to help infertile couples feel less alone.
Having gone through years of trying to conceive, and following a devastating miscarriage, when Izzy & Harry's second round of IVF was successful, Izzy felt strongly that the couple should be open about what they had been through. 'I know all too well the emotions and challenges you experience when going through fertility issues and how lonely it can feel. I feel passionately about keeping the conversations going about Fertility and my podcast ‘Let’s Talk Fertility’ aims to do just that.'
Izzy has written about her own experiences in Best Selling book Dare To Dream and remains fascinated by the subject of fertility. By exploring other people’s paths to parenthood and talking to holistic and medical experts, Izzy hopes her podcast will give listeners a fully informed and emotionally supportive space, as well an introduction to a community whose support she has found to be invaluable.
Being infertile sucks. Co-hosts Sarah and Kaela are your friends who get it. This is a podcast by real women sharing truths about the hardships and hilarity of infertility, IVF, and trying to conceive. Kaela & Sarah “met” seven years ago after they befriended each other on the internet. They had both started YouTube channels to document their experience with fertility treatments and gain support from the infertility community. Fast forward six years, and dozens of fertility treatments between them, they decided to launch a podcast: The Infertile Mafia. They still, to this day, have not met in person! 3. This is infertility
This is Infertility is a bi-weekly podcast where the creators fuse narrative storytelling with experience and science to give you a new perspective on what it’s really like to go through a family building journey. Each episode dives into the emotional, physical, and financial burdens carried by those who experience infertility on their path to parenthood. Be it IVF, IUI, egg freezing, surrogacy, adoption, etc., the path is never the same and it can be long, painful, and lonely. The podcast aims to give those struggling a platform to be heard, a community connection, and an opportunity to raise awareness of the 1 in 8 who, for many reasons, struggle with infertility.
Two lesbians chatting about making babies and non-traditional families. Jaimie and Robin humorously go in-depth with weekly guests about their hopes, fears, and setbacks. The mission is to normalize, elevate and celebrate, while confirming that we're just like other parents, trying not to yell at our kids when they still haven't put their shoes on and we're 25 minutes late for school. The end result is a compelling podcast that amusingly explores the age-old question: what's it like to live as an LGBTQ family in a world built for the straights?
This podcast is redefining the modern day journey to parenthood. Meet your host and fertility-focused advocate Valerie Landis as she changes the conversation with unfiltered real-life stories. Consider it as your new BFF helping navigate this family planning, reproductive health, and future fertility journey for you.
Follow Fee and Hayley on their fertility journey, from how they first met, fell in love, decided to start a family, the highs, the lows and everything in between.
Fertility Friday Radio is your source for information about the Fertility Awareness Method and all things fertility related. Fertility Friday Radio debunks common myths about the fertility awareness method, birth control, and conception. Learn how to increase your chances of getting pregnant if you’re trying to conceive, and learn how the Fertility Awareness Method is more effective than the pill for birth control when used correctly. Host Lisa, founder of fertilityfriday.com, is passionate about women’s health, specifically in the areas of fertility, hormone-free birth control, conception, and pregnancy. Lisa delivers in-depth weekly interviews with a wide variety of special guests covering fertility awareness, birth control, menstrual health, hormonal health, pregnancy and much more.