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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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Houston, We Have a 3rd Beta and an Ultrasound Date! by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Just a very quicky post to update the beta trajectory. Had my third beta yesterday morning. Funny story: I got up super early, as the lab at my clinic is only open 6:30-8: ... Read on »
IVF Raffles and the Disparity of Care: What Needs to Be Said by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility There’s a about the latest infertility clinic to sponsor a raffle of an IVF cycle. And, like so many pieces on this controversial subject, it gets at the ethical dilemma ... Read on »
Seeing Pink, Blue – and Green by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility For two years, I’ve been driving around with a box of pregnancy tests in the glove compartment of my car. Back when I was on the Board for RESOLVE New England, I grab ... Read on »
Awesomesauce Around the ALI Blogosphere by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility This has been a crazy week, for a variety of reasons. There’s a lot going on around the ALI blogosphere, so I wanted to make sure you’re all in the loop. Check out all the ... Read on »
I’m All Shook Up by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility There was a 4.0 earthquake in southern Maine last night and I felt it in my house. It was kind of hard to miss, because my entire house was shaking. At first, I t ... Read on »
Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Day: Being in the Moment by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility October 15 is recognized as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day around the globe. Right now, around the world, people are lighting candles in memory of their lost chil ... Read on »
An announcement, a proposal, a prayer and a promise. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I have been writing this post, over and over and over, trying best to figure out just how I was going to phrase my words to you today. There’s so much I want to say, so I ... Read on »
My Very Big Blog Announcement by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I’ll just cut right to the chase. Who’s got two thumbs and is going to be on The Katie Show ? This gal, right here. Katie Couric, perhaps you’ve heard of he ... Read on »
12dp3dt: Beta Day by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility It’s beta day. I left the house at 6am, the night receding, the crescent moon like a sleepy eye waking from a dream. All summer, I’d been searching the night skie ... Read on »
11dp3dt: Pulling in the Oars by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility A Wise Woman once told me: sometimes, you have to pull in your oars and let the river take you where it wants to go. You have to let go of that control and instead be ... Read on »
Time Warp Tuesday: Putting the P(ee) in Hope by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility This post is part of Time Warp Tuesdays hosted by Kathy at Bereaved and Blessed . The second Tuesday of every month, we dig into our archives and find a post that relate ... Read on »
9dp3dt: Baby Got Back by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I’ve been talking about my butt a lot here the past few days, more than I think I ever would on this blog. Images courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. In case you miss ... Read on »
7dp3dt: Weekend Funny Papers: Cheeky Bum Shots Edition by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility I’ve started giving myself PIO shot injections. I thought I’d film the fun for you… and edit it in the style of Hannah Hart’s fantastically hilarious My Drunk Kitchen . ... Read on »
Trashy YA Novels Make Two-Week Waits AWESOME by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility When I saw the book trailer for Matched , Ally Condie’s young adult novel where an imperfect love fights against all odds in a totalitarian dystopia, I was intrigued: ... Read on »
3dp3dt: The Last Day of House Arrest by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Bunratty Castle, Ireland (October 2011). While I might not be wearing an ankle bracelet, it kind of feels like it. Today is (finally!) day four of my doctor-ordere ... Read on »
Transferred by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Ladies and gentlemen, may I introduce you to the Team Zoll Starting Lineup: *cue Fox NFL Sunday theme* Currently, these little embryos are all up in my ‘ute. ... Read on »
A meditation, a mantra and a prayer. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility May My Womb be a Temple for Your Blessing; be a Chalice for the Moon; be a Vessel for Creation; be a Conduit of Life. Pulling the oars in. Lett ... Read on »
Show Your Love with #GROWTeamZoll at Noon Today by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility The first waiting game begins. We have six embryos, doin’ their thang in a petri dish. G-dwilling, all six make it to transfer tomorrow. All it takes is one. Larry ... Read on »
Processing by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility When I saw the caller ID on my phone flash “Blocked” I knew it was from the clinic. Ah yes, my fertilization report, I thought. I looked at the clock: a little before 2pm. ... Read on »
CD36: Houston, we have embryos. by Keiko Zoll Health Impact Award Posted in: Blog Posts in Pregnancy & Fertility Thanks everyone for your patience yesterday. Yom Kippur is basically the holiest day of the year, so I was trying to stay offline as much as possible. Egg retrieval we ... Read on »