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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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Please Don’t Steal My Stuff: A PSA from The Infertility Voice by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Oh hi there. Yeah, I know… no posts here since May. Life has been a little overwhelming lately. That said, I don’t intend to let this space stagnate for much longer. I ... Read on »
Tips for Surviving the Two-Week Wait by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Guest Post by Jessica Burgess When you are trying to conceive, the two-week wait between ovulation and menstruation can seem like forever. Especially if conceptio ... Read on »
He’s here. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility 5 weeks early and one HELLUVA tale. More later. Waiting for Larry to get back from Japan. Yeah, it’s THAT crazy a story. More this week. We’re all okay. Hey Judah. We ... Read on »
Discussing Infertility & Insurance Issues on HuffPost Live by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility In case you missed it, I was featured on HuffPost Live this evening talking about insurance and infertility! Hosted by HuffPost Live producer Nancy Redd, I was joined by ... Read on »
Birth Mothers Day and The Open-Hearted Way to Open Adoption by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Last week I had the unique privilege and honor to profile Lori Holden, author of the new book The Open-Hearted Way to Open Adoption: Helping Your Child Grow Up Whole . ... Read on »
Raise Your Infertility Voice for Advocacy Day! by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility For the past two years, I’ve headed to Capitol Hill to speak up for the infertility community, courtesy of RESOLVE. For a whirlwind 24 hours, I walked all over Capitol H ... Read on »
Want to Write for The Infertility Voice? Here’s How! by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Just a quick reminder that if you’re interested in writing as a regular volunteer Contributor for The Infertility Voice, I’m accepting applications through the end ... Read on »
Join the Movement for #NIAW by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility It’s National Infertility Awareness Week and RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association wants all of us to join the movement. If you asked me four years ago if I would ... Read on »
What IF: Three Years Later by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility This was me three years ago: I’s funny to go back and watch this video, to think about all the things that are different in my life now. The fact that we ... Read on »
Catching Up After a Chaotic Week by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Oh, hai there. Um… bit of a crazy week. I’m all like “write for The Infertility Voice!” and then just kind of peaced out. I had no idea just how chaotic this week was ... Read on »
A Whole New Infertility Voice: Seeking Contributors & Guest Bloggers! by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility You may have noticed that my website looks a bit different. That’s half the reason it’s been so gosh darn quiet around here; I’ve been very busy tinkering with all the cog ... Read on »
“This is what 7.3 million looks like.” by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Infertility affects as many as 7.3 million people in the United States alone. But what does that actually look like? Well to start, that’s slightly less than the . Tha ... Read on »
Join the Movement for National Infertility Awareness Week by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility National Infertility Awareness Week is coming… are you ready? More importantly, are you ready to Join the Movement this year? NIAW has always ... Read on »
The Untethered Boat of Pregnancy and Parenting After Infertility by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Yesterday, I talked about how I’m battling prenatal depression . Today, I want to talk a little more broadly about the liminal space of pregnancy after infertility. ... Read on »
The Dark, Dirty Secret of Prenatal Depression by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility It’s been quiet around here lately, no? *casts a guilty glance* I know. I know. . . . To get you quickly up to speed: the Knish is just fine. He’s very act ... Read on »
Where the Hell Have I Been Lately? by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Snarky, short answer: right here, silly. Longer, more convoluted answer: it’s complicated. I haven’t posted here since late February and that’s no good. Spam comme ... Read on »
Infertility Ink by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I do not have a tattoo. You might think that this is because I’m Jewish and that Jews with tattoos can’t be buried in Jewish cemeteries. Turns out, that’s actually Jewish ... Read on »
Wordless Wednesday: A Personhood Pop Quiz by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I have written a LOT about personhood in the last 48 hours. I’m still in the process of responding to a single comment from my first post Monday night – it’s that long of ... Read on »
The Other Embryos by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility You may remember from our IVF project that was MISSION: Team Zoll #3 last year, that we transferred two embryos. They looked like this: Despite rising beta number ... Read on »
The Great Big Lie About Personhood Legislation by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Just when you thought personhood legislation had quietly limped away in 2012, it’s come back with a vengeance in 2013. There are two important legislative stories ... Read on »