Social media & infertility

Social media and infertility. The future is here. ๐Ÿ™Œ


Iโ€™m excited to be included as part of a landmark paper series spearheaded by @drkenanomurtagmd advocating for the use of social media in the field of reproductive endocrinology & infertility.ย 


I committed to embracing IG as part of my social media journey earlier this year in the midst of preparing for my final oral boards, having a busy clinical career in private practice, and during my pregnancy. Iโ€™m not posting as much as I had hoped recently because Iโ€™m adjusting to my return to work from maternity leave. But I hope to be back in full swing soon, especially once I start getting more sleep!


Iโ€™ve been humbled by the power of this platform to connect with patients and others in medicine. Iโ€™ve also realized that being part of IG has helped me find my voice #asawoman , as a physician, and as a mother. I am so incredibly grateful for this community. โค๏ธ


Inspired by @nataliecrawfordmd recent podcast, I am sharing with you my #goals for the future of this account.

โœ…Advocate for the importance of diet and lifestyle in fertility

โœ…Educate about my field of reproductive endocrinology and infertility using evidence-based medicine

โœ…Support other women using social media.ย 

โœ…Expand my outreach to patients. Share my personal struggles in life as a working mom and physician. Help patients decide if I am the right fit to manage their care.ย 


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