Top Infertility Blogs

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Welcome to our listing of top infertility blogs. This is a friendly, welcoming space where we highlight the work of bloggers who write about fertility, trying to conceive (TTC), their IVF journeys and more. You can filter the list based on key data points that let you see how others are interacting with each blog, or filter the list by topics like infertility humor, secondary infertility, or surrogacy. Best of all, the blogs are reviewed frequently to ensure they are still up-to-date.
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1 89.31 5,304 996 - 4,801,949 2,858 5.87
2 83.51 1,720 1,794 - 3,621,526 86 5.29
3 81.38 5,752 1,168 - 2,875,459 43 4.62
4 79.67 3,784 787 - 6,697,409 227 5.29
5 77.97 1,559 438 - 1,744,521 1,809 5.11
6 77.91 1,561 838 - 3,606,301 376 5.32
7 77.49 2,317 1,433 - 5,947,744 82 4.82
8 75.53 3,772 4,019 - 13,442,641 154 6.28
9 74.01 1,399 5,766 - 2,687,910 425 4.53
10 72.86 8,245 2,964 - 16,586,568 19 4.82
11 72.17 1,892 549 - 4,301,806 74 4.40
12 68.50 4,852 355 - 8,340,623 31 4.65
13 68.30 827 501 - 3,358,515 32 4.58
14 66.34 1,507 376 - 5,519,051 15 4.99
15 66.33 759 5,796 - 13,430,072 82 4.85
16 61.36 3,801 200 - 17,318,248 9 4.41
17 61.24 824 1,716 - 4,200,034 6 4.10
18 57.84 177 1,322 - 5,119,086 33 4.69
19 54.54 5,513 2,788 - 18,065,579 - -
20 52.16 827 377 - 5,511,827 2 4.25
21 50.26 3,546 - - 16,672,015 215 4.47
22 49.46 2,167 - - 6,574,474 - 3.60
23 47.99 149 446 - 2,347,834 1 4.24
24 47.72 1,469 1,574 - 17,595,710 2 3.07
25 45.92 278 260 - 10,476,273 44 4.08
26 45.51 304 436 - 6,094,549 - -
27 44.65 37 896 - 8,230,332 60 4.75
28 43.22 410 866 - 12,686,146 2 3.14
29 43.02 475 57 - 9,364,709 - 4.28
30 41.70 450 214 - 9,880,994 - 3.32
31 41.60 915 - - 14,441,392 28 4.40
32 39.91 1,374 65 - 12,806,279 - -
33 37.58 - 33,442 - 3,615,802 - -
34 37.06 71 462 - 6,631,366 2 2.01
35 36.32 - - - 2,092,080 318 5.06
36 36.04 83 644 - 9,371,109 1 4.09
37 33.95 91 927 - 14,075,129 5 4.15
38 30.88 497 - - - 114 4.66
39 29.02 - 415 - 7,687,750 10 3.89
40 28.63 362 138 - 17,533,902 2 3.69
41 28.25 16 2,329 - 12,600,645 - -
42 27.56 182 59 - 12,645,459 - -
43 26.68 202 - - 15,986,658 15 4.05
44 23.64 10 176 - 11,179,039 3 4.29
45 23.24 - 81 - 2,016,592 - -
46 22.80 - 102 - 5,688,304 - -
47 22.76 814 - - 17,871,962 - -
48 21.99 143 166 - 17,210,505 - -
49 21.76 - 478 - 10,556,716 - -
50 21.75 32 121 - 10,016,928 - -
51 20.00 - - - 367,568 - -
52 19.04 92 - - 13,591,471 4 2.57
53 18.08 97 - - 11,564,989 - -
54 16.31 238 - - 19,028,933 - -
55 16.19 119 35 - 19,306,239 1 2.79
56 14.56 233 - - 19,213,910 - -
57 13.74 - 542 - 10,722,777 - -
58 13.08 99 - - 19,682,316 - -
59 12.78 125 53 - - - -
60 12.50 - - - 14,821,645 - -
61 12.29 51 - - 15,714,941 - -
62 11.21 - - - 10,073,046 - -
63 10.98 52 26 - 14,179,495 - -
64 9.89 57 30 - 12,182,092 1 2.43
65 8.17 - - - 13,559,220 1 3.02
66 7.94 31 148 - - - -
67 6.54 - 176 - - - -
68 6.06 - - - 13,911,582 - -
69 5.86 - 59 - - 2 3.43
70 4.55 - - - 15,761,483 - -
71 1.72 - 47 - - - -
72 1.52 - - - 18,621,565 - -
73 1.07 - - - 19,998,441 - -
74 0.00 - - - - - -
Last updated as of: February 3, 2018

About FertilitySmarts’ Top Infertility Bloggers

Why have we curated a list of infertility blogs? Because infertility sucks, that's why! And we think one small way to help anyone experiencing infertility is a connection with others. The understanding that you are not alone in what you are feeling or experiencing can be transformative. By sharing their experiences, insights, and lessons learned on topics like coping with infertility, in vitro fertilization (IVF) journeys and dealing with miscarriage, infertility bloggers provide an important source of information and support for those experiencing infertility.

Why You Should Use This List

What might you expect from this list? Well, when you are looking for content on infertility it can be hard to know where to start. There is a good chance you might be looking for a certain type of blog, such as one that features humor, or is written from a male perspective, or that focuses on a certain topic, like endometriosis or PCOS. That's why we've curated a list of bloggers that can be filtered by a number of parameters, including topics they frequent or even the popularity of their content according to social media metrics. We also keep the content fresh, making sure blogs on the list are reviewed to ensure they are being updated frequently. This means that when you visit our list of infertility bloggers, you can dive right in and explore some of the top infertility blogs online today.

Why You Should Read Infertility Blogs

If you or a loved one have been impacted by infertility, blogs can help you to gain insight into the lives and experiences of others facing a diagnosis of infertility. Reading a good infertility blog can be like having a heart-to-heart with a trusted friend, one with whom you can share anything without fear of judgment. Even if you have supportive friends, infertility is hard to talk about and hard for those who have not experienced it to relate to. An infertility blog is a chance to peek into someone else's life to see that you have nothing to be ashamed about and that you are not broken. Also, reading infertility blogs will connect you with a community of people who speak about their struggles, disappointments, and triumphs openly, honestly, and most of all, with sensitivity.

Hey there, infertility bloggers!

If you are a fertility blogger, we hope that you'll add your blog to our list. It's free and super simple to do. We started this blog list because we love connecting with the online blogging community, reading their content, and helping, in our way, to make the realities of living with infertility better known to a larger audience. Whether you blog about PCOS or endometriosis or egg freezing, or share an vitro fertilization (IVF) success story, or your experience with intrauterine insemination (IUI); whether you cover navigating unexplained infertility, secondary infertility, miscarriage, or living a childfree life after infertility, we are listening - and so are our readers."