BLOGs, podcast, and apps

Suggested and created by the #infertility community


You are not alone in your journey. Thousands of people from around the world share their experience in some form, online. You may find value in these different sites with content created by those experiencing infertility.


  1. Bumps to Baby. www.bumpstobaby.com Blog by Liz as she focuses on nutrition to aid in her new life with infertility.
  2. Expect Anything www.xpectinganythingblogger.blogspot.com A blog written by Victoria as she humorously navigates life with infertility without holding anything back.
  3. Lost in Linderland. www.lostinlinderland.com/eggfreezing/ A travel blog written by a digital nomad as she travels the world: an opportunity she was granted thanks to egg freezing.
  4. Our journey to Three. www.ourjourneytothree.com/2017/07/18/the-last-embryo/ A blog by Erin as she documents her journey through infertility and IVF treatments.
  5. Eggsperience. www.eggsperience.com A blog and stories from all over about infertility and opportunities that arise from egg freezing.
  6. Beating the Odds. www.beatingmyodds.blogspot.com Follow Lindsey as she blogs her way through her infertility journey.
  7. In Due Time. www.in-due-time.com/meetcaroline A faith-based blog written by Caroline as she documents fertility life four years in.
  8. Matt and Doree’s Eggcellent Adventure. www.art19.com/shows/matt-and-dorees-eggcellent-adventure Matt and Doree take an honest approach to their journey through IVF in this poignant, often-humorous podcast.
  9. Queer Family Matters. www.queerfamilymatters.com This blog presents a variety of perspectives from the LGBTQI community about parenthood, conception, and fertility.
  10. Dreaming of Diapers. www.dreamingofdiapers.com Dreaming of diapers chronicles one couple’s long fertility journey which included the use of a gestational carrier.
  11. Ferticalm. www.ferticalmapp.com The FertiCalm™ app provides a variety of more than 500 custom coping options for over 50 specific situations which have the potential to cause women who are trying to conceive distress throughout the family-building journey. Developed by two leading reproductive psychologists, FertiCalm provides users with cognitive-behavioral and relaxation techniques that women can use to navigate the challenging scenarios they may encounter on a daily basis. To learn more about FertiCalm, visit www.ferticalmapp.com.
    THE FERTICALM APP IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT OR CURE ANY MEDICAL OR MENTAL HEALTH CONDITION AND IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE CARE OF A HEALTHCARE PROVIDER.



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