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We interview people who "get" infertility, including those who walk through it, and those who walk alongside them.

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Feb 27, 2017

When Kimberly & her husband, Jacob, couldn't conceive, tests revealed that Kimberly had polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and Jacob had a zero sperm count. But that wasn't the end of their story—or their diagnoses. "It was like the world stopped." Kimberly shares it all here.


You might remember Kimberly from...

New Episode Drops Tomorrow Night - Kimberly Allen, LMFT, LPC-S

Feb 25, 2017

Kimberly and her husband both have cystic fibrosis. They lost their home in the devastating 2016 floods that hit the Greater Baton Rouge area. "It was a piece of cake compared to infertility." Her amazing story drops Sunday at Midnight GMT (6...

Feb 20, 2017

Adoption doesn't cure infertility, but it's a beautiful way to grow a family. For Tyler & Cary, the sting of infertility was still there after adoption. "The desire is still there. And I also know that without infertility, we wouldn't have our children." This is their story.


Tyler's blog: 

New Interview Drops Sunday Night 6PM CST - Tyler & Cary Koch

Feb 18, 2017

In six years of professional football, Cary developed a necessary tolerance for pain, playing through injuries such as a broken thumb and a torn tendon in his knee. His feet were always bloody because his toenails were gone by the end of training camp. But none of it compared to the pain of infertility he and...

Feb 13, 2017

Caroline Harries insists she is not a writer, but through the power of shared stories and shared struggles, she has connected an online infertility network whose members provide support to one another. She talks about it in her book, In Due Time. She's also a popular blogger. Just remember, Caroline insists that she is...