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Infertility Instagram Accounts To Follow In 2021

Look up and not down. Look forward and not back. Look out and not in, and lend a hand.” – Edward Everett Hale

Infertility is a club that no one wants to join and a sisterhood we all wish we didn’t need. Terms like “infertility warrior” are a badge of courage hopeful parents do not want to wear, with the ultimate prize being ten little fingers and ten little toes. It is an excruciating, exhausting, painful, and highly emotional process for many. Though infertility can make people feel all alone, they don’t have to look very far to find a wide-reaching global community of others going through the same struggle and sharing it online. Because infertility is so frustrating, the support and camaraderie of people going through the same situation can be a relief. In compiling this year’s list of the best infertility Instagram accounts, we looked for the ones committed to educating, inspiring, and empowering people during their infertility journeys. We hope you find hope, knowledge, and comfort following these accounts.

Best Infertility Instagram Account For Staying Hopeful

@hope.infertility

This account was founded by Whitney Henneman, who is a wife, mom, author, and infertility survivor living in Orlando, FL. Her account focuses on sharing firsthand accounts of the struggles and triumphs that hopeful parents experience throughout their respective journeys. Topics include IVF, pregnancy loss, secondary infertility, pregnancy after loss, and much more. 

Best Account For Long Journeys

@while_we.wait

For those looking to connect with someone who has been through the gauntlet of fertility treatments, give Sarah Shockley a follow. Her account chronicles her experience with miscarriages, multiple rounds of and IUI in addition to PCOS, her husband’s testicular cancer, and more.

Best Infertility Instagram Account For When You Need To Laugh 

@hilariously_infertile

Infertility sucks, and sometimes you just need to laugh about it. Karen Jeffries’s account will give you a good belly laugh, or two, or three. Her account is packed full of infertility humor that is relatable, hilarious, and sometimes NSFW. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!

Best Account For IVF 

@mybeautifulblunder

Erin Bulcao’s account tracks her IVF journey, raw and unfiltered. Having gone through nine rounds of IVF and IUI, Erin brings a unique perspective to the roller coaster ride of fertility treatments. She doesn’t like to sugarcoat things and maintains a “tell it like it is” type of attitude throughout her posts. If you are going through IVF yourself, you will benefit from following this infertility Instagram account.

Best Account For Surrogacy 

@menhavingbabies

Men Having Babies is a nonprofit that aims to provide educational and financial support for gay men who want to become dads through surrogacy. Above all, it’s difficult to describe what it feels like to go through surrogacy as a member of the LGBTQ+ community but this account shines a light on the process beautifully.

Best Infertility Instagram Account For Adoption 

@theatkinsonjourney

This account tracks the pre and post-adoption journey of Sacia and her husband, Drake. After a long battle with infertility, the couple decided to adopt a baby and welcomed Duke into the world in early 2020. Sacia posts about their son Duke’s upcoming first birthday and how they keep in touch with his birth mom. If you want to learn more about what it is like to have an open adoption, this account is for you. 

Best Secondary Infertility Account

@monicas_so_called_life

Secondary infertility isn’t talked about as much as it should be which is why this account is so important. @monicas_so_called_life is run by, you guessed it, a woman named Monica Caron, an infertility advocate, who has personally struggled with secondary infertility and come out the other side. Follow for her unique insight into pregnancy loss, infertility, and pregnancy after loss with no letterboards in sight.

Best Account For Male Factor Infertility 

@ustheremingtons

Tiffany and Caleb Remington, a couple committed to tiny living and adventure-seeking, chronicle their journey with RV-living, male factor infertility, IVF, and mental health on their Instagram page. Above all, the couple keeps their posts refreshingly raw and real, showing the good, bad, and the ugly of IVF.


If you are searching for a little pick-me-up, in addition to following these accounts, consider reading over our list of 10 Uplifting Quotes for Your Darkest Days.

The Gift of Parenthood organization believes that parenthood isn’t one size fits all. We support heterosexual married couples, gay and lesbian couples, and singles of all backgrounds on their journey to becoming parents. Our mission is simple – to help couples and individuals struggling with infertility achieve their dreams of becoming parents through fertility assistance grants. Grants up to $16,000 are available four times a year. You can apply for a grant or donate to our cause directly here.

We wish you well on your journey.

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