The infertility journey written about through the lens of faith. The blog is comprehensive in its subject matter and speaks to the question of what to do with unused embryos after your IVF and family building journey is complete.
Written by a “southern girl now living on the west coast,” whose infertility diagnosis led to six years of procedures and treatments. Inspiring to witness the strength, courage, and transparency
Started by Valerie Landis who decided to pursue fertility preservation by freezing her eggs when she was 33 years old. This is one of the most comprehensive resources for all things “egg freezing,” and it includes candid, personal stories from other women.
Nicola is a fertility coach whose focus is, in her words, “fat positivity”. She dives deep into the fat phobias that often surround fertility and speaks openly about how to have a “fat positive” fertility journey.
Written by Lisa Manterfield who went through five years of infertility treatment. This blog covers life after infertility, and the decision to not pursue biological parenting.
Writing in detail about her difficulty conceiving and the ups and downs of IVF, Kate shares her journey and regularly features the voices of other women on her blog.
Written and maintained for more than six years by husband and wife team, Chris and Candace, who experience infertility and recently became parents.
Pregnantish is an online magazine dedicated to educating and supporting women and men throughout all the stages of the fertility process.
Melissa shares her experience with infertility and conception on her blog, where visitors can read about information relating to diagnoses, surrogacy, treatment options, helpful guides, medications, tests and surgeries, and loss.
The Broken Brown Egg exists to empower, inform, and advocate for those questioning or experiencing the impact of infertility, with an emphasis on the Black experience of it.
Covering a wide range of topics from making the initial decision and choosing a treatment plan. Expert guests are regularly featured discussing all things fertility and the content is aimed at the solo mom audience.
A witty, informative and unfiltered blog written by Katy the “Uber Barren-ess”. Katy writes in detail about her own experience with infertility which has included IVF, miscarriage, and a uniquely challenging journey.