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ESTABLISHED IN 2020
INFERTILE MILLENNIAL WAS BORN WITH THE IDEA TO LET THOSE STRUGGLING WITH INFERTILITY AND PREGNANCY LOSS KNOW THEY ARE NOT ALONE. THIS SPACE ALL ABOUT ACKNOWLEDGING YOUR INNER WARRIOR AND FEELING THAT YOU HAVE A SENSE OF COMMUNITY DURING EVEN YOUR MOST DIFFICULT BATTLES. I SEE YOU. I HEAR YOU. I FEEL YOU.
I FEEL YOU.
In 2015, my husband was diagnosed with male factor infertility. Our chance of conceiving naturally without medical intervention is extremely low. We struggled for 5 years in silence before starting our IVF journey. After our first round failed, I decided to open up and share our story with the world. There, I was flooded with hundreds of messages from other women going through similar journeys. When we dove in to our second round of IVF, we felt a sense of support and community behind us - it was incredible. While our second round of IVF gave us our first pregnancy, it unfortunately ended in miscarriage. I was completely shattered. It took me an entire year to process that loss through therapy, sharing my story, and working on my well-being.
I HEAR YOU.
While trying to process the loss of our pregnancy, I got the idea to share more of my story and walk through my grief by starting a podcast. That's where Infertile Millennial was born. The Infertile Millennial Podcast is a space for men and women to share their very personal stories of infertility, pregnancy loss, and fertility treatments. It is a space to feel heard and connect with someone walking down a path similar to yours.
I SEE YOU.
Once launching the podcast and sharing my story, I wanted to do more. I wanted to create a space for those struggling with infertility, pregnancy loss, and everything that comes with your fertility journey to feel even more supported. A space for those who may not understand infertility or pregnancy loss to be able to better support someone on their journey and feel seen. Infertile Millennial was born with the intention to acknowledge your inner warrior, remind you of your strength, and feel so deeply heard, seen, and worthy. You are SO worthy.
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