There has been an explosion of podcasts about assisted reproduction. Freezing eggs, going through IVF, getting pregnant, not getting pregnant, coming to terms with never getting pregnant, the ethical perils of the fertility industry — it's all there. Here’s a list.
One-and-a-half minute read (and many hours of listening)
All about egg freezing.
Try: "You're Cordially Invited to an Egg Freezing Party"
All about trying for a baby.
Try: "Sex Schedules, Weird Side Effects and What Happens After IVF"
Daddy Squared: The Gay Dads Podcast
A podcast about gay parenting.
Try: Dad Bod
All about pregnancy following infertility and loss.
Try: "Paternal Postnatal Depression"
All about the drive to reproduce and where that's led us.
Try: "X & Y"
A critical eye on the industry.
All about donor conception.
Try: "I am donor conceived"
All sorts of fertility-related stories.
Try: "My Mom Carried My Triplets"
For people who are childless not-by-choice.
Try: "Alternative Approaches to Mothering Sunday"
The story behind the amazing donor who wasn't who he said.
Two lesbians talk about non-traditional babymaking.
All about miscarriage, infertility and baby loss.
Asking why fertility choices are considered other people's business.
Two moms navigate reciprocal IVF — one partner's eggs, the other's uterus.
About how to stay sane on the road to parenthood.
All about infertility and trying for a baby.
What families really look like these days.
All about trying to conceive.
All about LGBTQ+ families.
About the road to parenthood.
All about family secrets, including donor conception.
Conversations about fertility and infertility.
A fertility specialist trying to raise awareness.
Official podcast from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
All about the road to pregnancy.
Creating families through egg donation and surrogacy.
On reproductive health in general.
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