This is Infertility

There is nothing more fundamental to life than the urge to continue it. But while it may be the most natural thing in the world, childbirth is far from the easiest and no two fertility journeys are the same. For that reason, we are breaking from the typical podcast form. Each episode is hosted by a different voice who brings their own unique point of view to the complex and ever-changing world of infertility. Our hosts are licensed clinical social workers, patient care advocates, clinical psychiatrists, reproductive endocrinologists, real fertility patients, and others who are, in one way or another, experts in the world of fertility. We fuse narrative storytelling with experience and science to give you a new perspective on what it’s really like to go through this journey.

Episode 41: Face of Infertility: Alaina Bos

When Alaina Bos found herself struggling to conceive after being diagnosed with both endometriosis and PCOS she felt frustrated and alone. Fortunately, after months of trying she was finally able to have her baby, and she wanted to use her talents as a photographer to help others who found themselves in a similar position. So, she started a project called, Face of Infertility. Today’s host is Carl Martinez, part of the Provider Relations Team at Progyny.

Guests include: Alaina Bos, Photographer, The Face of Infertility

For more information, visit Progyny’s Podcast page and Face of Infertility.

Host

Carl Martinez, Clinic & Billing Specialist at Progyny. Carl has been in the healthcare industry for close to twenty years. He’s part of the Provider Relations department working alongside Progyny’s Patient Care Advocates by addressing clinic and billing inquires. Previous to Progyny, Carl was at 1199SEIU National Benefit Fund and Emblem Health.

Guests

Alaina Bos, Photographer. She specializes in photographing phenomenal women and the people they love by providing a luxurious experience where her clients are pampered during their portrait session.

Alaina began the Face of Infertility Project as a personal means to process through and bring light to her own fertility issues. It was her hope that creating such a project would help other women feel supported and unafraid to have the conversation about their own fertility struggles. She’s based in Chicago, IL.