Very quietly, a birthday has passed by. PathtoFertility turned 7. Seven years old. That's approximately five blogs per week, for fifty two weeks, for seven years.
Altogether, about 1,820 blogs.
There's very little that you can't find on PathtoFertility about infertility.
We have blogs written by board certified Reproductive Endocrinologists (fertility specialists), nurses, mental health professionals, RMACT team members, directors of not for profits, thought leaders in the field of fertility treatment, adoption specialists, and more.
There are blogs that tell you what an IUI is. What IVF stands for. How to understand the language of infertility. We have blogs that come in basic, intermediate and some that you practically need to be a doctor (or a patient who's been around for a while) to read.
We have blogs that tell about recent news, tests that have come out, foods to eat and to avoid. We have blogs that share exercise tips with you, and meditation sites and who Resolve, ASRM and SART are. There are many blogs about weather, because well, infertility is not only similar to a roller coaster, it's often similar to the changing weather as well.
7 Infertility Blogs for 7 Years of PathtoFertility
Here is one blog for each year of PathtoFertility's existence. And one more, for good luck.
Which is your favorite? What would you like to hear more about? You tell me and I will research it and write it.
Frequently Asked Questions About Infertility - Answered by Mark Leondires, MD (Medical Director of RMACT)
Baby showers: How I Coped - Lisa Rosenthal (Patient Advocate & Blog Writer & Editor in-Chief)
What If? - Lisa Rosenthal
Men's Health: 3 Things to Know - Kate's Corner - Kate Doyle with Shaun Williams, MD (Fertility Specialist at RMACT)
Holiday's Biggest Grinch: Infertility - Lisa Schuman, LCSW (Mental Health Director at RMACT)
A Peek Into an IVF Lab with Dr. Spencer Richlin - Spencer Richlin, MD (Surgical Director of RMACT) shows you around the lab
Help For Couple Who Needed a Gestational Surrogate - Joshua Hurwitz, MD (Partner and Lead Physician at RMACT)
Why It's Ok That I Don't Feel Grateful This Holiday Season - Lisa Rosenthal