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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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CD27: Keep calm and carry on. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility So, remember how I promised my big amazing news today? My big news is on hold for a bit while some official things are worked out offline. Sorry to tease you with a cliffh ... Read on »
CD26: My Three Wishes for the New Year by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility L’shana tovah, folks. The Jewish New Year begins an incredibly sacred period known as the Days of Awe. In synagogues around the world, Jews began yet another new year ... Read on »
Voices of PCOS: Tricia’s Story – PCOS (Or Why I’m Obsessed With Polka Dots) by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility September is PCOS Awareness Month. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome affects as many as 5 million women in the United States alone and is often one of the most undiagno ... Read on »
CD19 Meets CD1: Wordless Wednesday by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Big news, folks. It’s officially our donor’s Cycle Day 1. *squeeee!!* Team Zoll: Houston? Are we ready for launch? Houston: Mission TZ3, you are cle ... Read on »
CD17: The wavelength unseen. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Our cycle continues to march forward with a steady pace. Our donor has finished her birth control pills, so her CD1 should be any day now. We’re still on target for a 9/22 ... Read on »
CD11: Ooooooooh Hormones. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility You so crazy. I now have a patch on my ass that’s as big as the palm of my hand. There is nothing subtle about it as it continuously pumps estrogen into my blood stream. ... Read on »
Voices of PCOS: Amy’s Story – Discovering My Diva by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility September is PCOS Awareness Month. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome affects as many as 5 million women in the United States alone and is often one of the most undiagnosed end ... Read on »
Rockin’ My Transitional Hairdo, Courtesy of Dove by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility We interrupt my first IVF cycle to bring you this review of Dove’s Daily Moisture Conditioner. Like my last review for Dove , full disclosure: I received this product and ... Read on »
CD7: A power ballad and a prayer. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Ultrasound went well yesterday morning and I got my med update from my clinic late yesterday afternoon. Looks like we’re upping the estrogen to pad out the ‘ute. Tomorrow, ... Read on »
CD6: “No woman came up to me.” by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility For those playing along at home, Cycle Day 6 ultrasound and blood work updates/results will be posted at the very bottom of this post just as soon as I hear back from my c ... Read on »
CD5: Time to act. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Hey, did you know fertility treatments are expensive ? Let me clue you in our a little scenario that’s been eating away at us. So, we live in this great Commonwealth o ... Read on »
CD4: A slice of random. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I made my first quiche last night: Martha Stewart’s very easy broccoli and cheddar quiche. Seriously tasty. Not too shabby. . . . Aunt Flo is slowly m ... Read on »
CD3: Choose wisely, grasshopper. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Last night, after a crazy busy day, Larry and I needed Chinese. We needed it hard. As much as I love Beverly Jade, I have to remember: I do not like their crab rangoon. ... Read on »
CD2: Pillpoppa by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Last blog post of the day, I swear. In an effort to fully document this madness that is our first donor egg IVF cycle, I will be posting daily* with my CD numbers and ... Read on »
In sanguine, veritas. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility When I was ten years old, just four days before my eleventh birthday, I awoke from my nap and headed to the bathroom, the urge to pee having woken me up. It was the first ... Read on »
CD 1: Where’s the baby? by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Wrote this post in the car yesterday on the way home from a weekend of travel. Larry’s great uncle turned 83 this year. He had read somewhere that the Biblical lifesp ... Read on »
In this moment by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Do. Breathe. Believe. Laugh. Take it all in. Let it all out. Become. Ignite the fire burning in your belly. Weep from the depths of your soul. I ... Read on »
Unboxing My Fertility Meds by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility So, both my donor and I received our meds in the mail yesterday. Inspired by the unboxing video meme , I wanted to create a little unboxing slideshow of my own. I won’t li ... Read on »
Cradled by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility It’s 2:34am. The cats sleep, tucked away in their hidden night places. My husband lightly snores upstairs, the window air conditioner hums its coolish tune as the condense ... Read on »
I’ve Become Keiko Ka-boom. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I grew up watching The Animaniacs as a kid; Yakko, Wakko and Dot were staples of my childhood. After this week, I’ve been having all sorts of flashbacks to one of my favor ... Read on »