Kelly Park is the founder and editor-in-chief of FertilitySmarts. She is passionate about fertility education and shining light on the many ways people can become parents. Kelly holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and a Master of Education degree in Educational Policy from the University of Alberta. She is a firm believer in the FertilitySmarts mission to help people get smart about their fertility.
Articles by Kelly Park
A list of the best books about infertility and IVF.
Books you can turn to for support after experiencing a miscarriage.
A list of fertility-friendly lubes that are FDA-cleared.
Tracking ovulation with paper and pen? We've got charts for that.
Thoughtful gifts for someone experiencing infertility.
Caro is a survivor, mom, advocate and our Blogger of the Month.
Support is not one-size-fits-all.
Embrace Your Unicorn is a supportive community of people sharing their unique stories.
This blogger and social media influencer needs no introduction.
Listening to Natalie is a pleasure.
She's interesting, she's endearing and she should write cards for Hallmark.
Jessica writes about undergoing IVF and raising awareness about infertility.
Our blogger of the month is Valerie of Eggsperience & Eggology Club podcast.
Sharing your story of pregnancy loss or infertility can be healing.
This month's featured blogger is Jennie of The Uterus Monologues. The focus of her blog is recurrent pregnancy loss and what she has found...
One couple's take on deciding to grow their family through reciprocal IVF.
A list of the most common Infertility acronyms and definitions.
Risa writes about her honest experience with infertility and the joys of parenting after.
She's bold, she's funny, and she's here to advocate. Jay Palumbo from The 2 Week Wait is our blogger of the month.
Our inaugural fertility bloggers of the month are the wife and husband duo behind the blog Our Misconception.
What you need to know about luteal phase length and getting pregnant.
Looking for the best blogs to follow? This is how our interactive list of top fertility bloggers works.
The exact age when a woman can no longer conceive varies from woman to woman. Read more about ovarian reserve and fertility.
Looking for ovulation tests? Here is what you need to know.
Counting down to the day until you can take a pregnancy test? Here's what may be happening while you wait.
Q&A by Kelly Park
Experiencing infertility or loss is hard enough without the reminders and triggers that seem to exist everywhere.If Facebook is pretty sure...
Clomiphene (Clomid) and letrozole (Femara) are both medications that help induce ovulation. Clomiphene has been around longer and has been...
Clomid remains in the body for a long period of time after taking the last dose. It takes five days for half of the drug to be eliminated....
Implantation refers to the process where a fertilized egg becomes embedded in the uterine wall. This is considered to be the starting point...
Before we get on to the answer, let's first understand what pre-ejaculatory fluid is and what its function is. What is pre-ejaculatory...
When an egg is fertilized by sperm, an embryo is produced. This embryo travels to the uterus where it burrows into the uterine wall where...
Before we get on to the question, let’s run through what ovulation is and what ovulation predictor kits are. What is Ovulation? The...
The lifespan of sperm inside a woman’s body depends on the sperm itself as well as the surrounding environmental factors.A healthy...