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An Infertility Consultant Reaches Out....

Posted Oct 20 2008 5:46am

Hi.

I'm not very good at these.

I never know exactly what to say that will capture everything I think you should know.  

I hate awkward silences, so I guess I'll just start.  

I'm Angie Best-Boss, President of My Fertility Plan and this is my blog.  

I can be tender-hearted, occasionally snarky (but only to those who really deserve it - like fertiles who say stupid things) and always truthful.  This is where to look for the newest research, news you need and lots of information about all things related to fertility, infertility and occasionally   - I have lots to share.   I still have plenty to learn.  

I've been a freelance women's health writer for ten years.   Since I started my own journey through infertility back in 1999, I've found a ton of incredibly savvy and supportive TTCs and professionals, as well as lots of other folk who've made a handsome living off of infertile folk.

When my first book Living with PCOS (with co-author Evelina Sterling) was published, I became passionate about providing information and resources to people on the journey.  Frustration with an unfair system led Evelina and I to pair up again, this time on Budgeting for Infertility:   Bringing Home Baby without Breaking the Bank, which will be released early 2009 by Simon and Schuster. 

Look out next year, too, for two other books I've written - The Everything Guide to Digestive Health, as well as  Your One and Only, a chick-lit romance.  Evelina and I get to team up again for Before Your Time: Living with Premature Menopause,which  has just been accepted by Simon and Schuster, and I'll announce a release date as soon as I have it. Meanwhile, catch me on this blog, on Facebook, or at www.conceivingconcepts.com.  

Don't forget to sign up for the free weekly newsletter at myfertilityplan.com.

Evelina Weidman Sterling will pop in from time to time, but mostly, it's me.

More importantly, add to the discussion – say hi, introduce yourself, and let's start a conversation!

Be well,

Angie

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