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Keiko Zoll

Boston, Massachusetts
Keiko Zoll is an infertility advocate and women's health writer living in Massachusetts. She... More
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A Belly Full of Fire: A 5-Part Series on Infertilty Advocacy by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility This week into next, I'm going to get up on my soapbox and talk about something that has really shaped and defined my life in the last few months: infertility advocacy. I in ... Read on »
A Celebratory 100th Post by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I can't believe this crept up on me so fast. I can't believe I've written 100 posts since March... nuts. (Although really, this isn't shocking; the LiveJournal I kept for y ... Read on »
A Celebratory 28th Birthday Post by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I'm not 30, but I'm certainly not 18 anymore. It's crazy to think of everything I've encountered in my life in the last decade. At 18, I stood on the precipice of adulthood ... Read on »
A Chronic Illness Confessional by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility This is a difficult post to write today. Living with a chronic illness is not easy. This post isn’t about the Pain Olympics. I’m not here to say that one chronic ... Read on »
A Confluence of Motherhood This Mother’s Day by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Mother’s Day is this weekend. Bet that totally fell off your radars, right? Ha ha, just kidding. This date looms large on the calendar for practically every woman who’ ... Read on »
A donor for your thoughts. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Please indicate your preferencehair color, eye color, location, highest education received, religion, race, ethnicity, height, etc. My future child is being determined by ... Read on »
A failed experiment by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I love things "on a stick." Chicken, pickles, cheesecake, meat in general: these are usually not disappointments. Peeing on a stick however, sucks. /begin TMI: So, I'm not ... Read on »
A Fathers' Day Twitterview with RESOLVE & "I Want to Be a Daddy" by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility As I mentioned yesterday, even though it's Men's Health Week , we don't often hear the male side of the infertility journey. With Fathers' Day just around the corner, th ... Read on »
A Fertile Fall Fundraiser! by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Next Saturday is RESOLVE of New England's Annual Family Building Conference (full conference details here online). In the spirit of the Conference and also in my comittment ... Read on »
A L(IF)e equation. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I was inspired by @PostSecret's tweet today My wife & I realized how boring our lives are when we got too excited with our new coffee maker. We came up with an equation to ... Read on »
A letter to MA State Senator Scott Brown by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I received an action alert email from a donor agency that Ari and I have been using to browse donor profiles. We haven't selected a donor, but it's a nice exercise in getti ... Read on »
A Letter to My 18-Year Old Self by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Dear 18-year old Keiko, Taken my first weekend of college in 2000. It’s early November 2000. You’re swamped with school work; you’re already reconsidering the ... Read on »
A Life of Pleasure by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Still on the cruise, still at sea, still having my posts scheduled ahead of time for today and tomorrow. My dear friend Honeybee shared with me a wonderful activity she had ... Read on »
A Little (Much Needed) R & R by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility This weekend A and I took a "daycation" out to the farthest corner of our state to just relax and get away from everyone and everything, even if just for 24 hours. No email ... Read on »
A little kindness and compassion by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility ...can go a long way. Photo by Sarah Murray via Flickr. I sometimes straddle a difficult line with blogging and being public about my identity. Sometimes there are things ... Read on »
A Little Me Time, Courtesy of Dove by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility We interrupt this infertility blog for my first-ever BlogHer Reviewer sponsored post. I’m excited to have the chance to actually share a paid review with y’all. So ve ... Read on »
A Little Pre-Op PTSD by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility With this writing, this now makes the fifth time I have tried to write this post. Each time I have just been wrecked, emotionally, trying to write this. But I’m sticking t ... Read on »
A little self-nourishment by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Ironically enough, I'm writing this as I have a little post-lunch munchies. *reaches for a granola bar* (Baruch ata ", borei minei mezonot for those of you playing along at ... Read on »
A long lost relative returns... by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Aunt Flo, it's been a year and a half. Well, specifically it's been 1 year, 3 months, and 16 days since you last came to visit. Yesterday was CD470. I guess I'm at CD1 again ... Read on »
A Look Back at 2011: The Year of the Zoll by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Chinese astrology dictates that 2011 is the Year of the Rabbit. Team Zoll, that is, Larry and I, heartily disagree. 2011 was the Year of the Zoll, you see. No, really: ... Read on »