Changing the face of fertility
Back when our founder started her fertility journey in 2010, little was discussed in public, whether via social media, with friends and family, or at work. Today, women have over 20 options for fertility tracking apps, egg freezing is being touted as a way to delay having children, YouTube videos and Instagram feeds are filled with people pouring their hearts out about successes and struggles, and greater awareness is being created about the fact that infertility is not just a female issue. These changes are incredible for creating awareness and taking people out of isolation. However, with this comes too much information, misinformation, and preying on people’s strong desire to build their family at all costs. Fertility4Me aims to change that.