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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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Oct 29, 2017

Michelle leads our infertility support group in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. She did everything right: medically, ethically, in every way—and her baby still died. "I didn't want another baby. I wanted my son." This is her story.


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Oct 22, 2017

Women in Kenya are expected to conceive in the first two years of marriage. Many Kenyans assume that miscarriage is a curse. The intense societal pressure to have a baby can lead to divorce, abuse, and even mutilation. "You can actually feel the eyes on your tummy." After years of trying to conceive without support,...

Oct 15, 2017

After two years of unexplained infertility, Brian (a minister) & Tamara (an OB-GYN) were pregnant. Brian would place his hand on Tamara's stomach and pray for their twins every night. And then four words upended their world: "there is no heartbeat." Brian shares their story in this episode.

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Oct 9, 2017

Ashley is an adoption social worker who also adopted. She talks about post-adoption blues, whether adoption cures infertility, and the emotional cocktail unique to adoption. "Somebody's greatest pain is your greatest joy." This is her story.

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Oct 2, 2017

Jenn has wanted to be a mother since she was four. While trying to conceive, she mothers the foster children under her care. "I rock him a little longer because this time could be the last." This is her story.

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