Been There, Injected That is a TMI podcast about going through infertility and all the hormone injections, awkward moments and nervous breakdowns along the way. BTIT is produced by Fruitful Fertility.
The Broken Brown Egg
Infertility is tough for everyone, but for Black women who experience higher rates of infertility and lower rates of treatment, it can be especially complicated & painful.
Staying Organized During IVF
Why is TTC is torture for Type A over-functioners?
What is a Fertility Coach?
What is a fertility coach and do you need one?
What is PCOS and how does it affect fertility?
Male Factor from the Gal's Perspective
Bracing for the bumpy road of male factor infertility
Why Infertility Makes You Feel Insane
A chat about infertility + mental health. Because WTF...
Relatable and genuine resource for the TTC community and their loved ones
Elyse is not only a natural podcast host (watch out Michael Barbaro) but the content of her episodes are relatable while being informative and encouraging while being honest. One of the hardest aspects of TTC is constantly navigating the minefield of emotional triggers and I so appreciate being able to have a safe space to listen about the struggles of fertility while going through it and leave each episode feeling seen and uplifted!
“Been There, Injected That” is a wonderful resource for people struggling with infertility (and their friends/family/support networks). It is at once informative and entertaining — a great resource for tools, coping mechanisms, and advice, delivered in a way that makes it feel like you’re chatting with a girlfriend. I like the balance of personal stories that I really identify with, paired with various experts in the field. Thank you!
Honest talk about infertility
This has been the first (and only) infertility resource that I’ve found/listened to that didn’t make me frustrated or discouraged in my journey. I can’t help but nod my head and say “me too!” with each episode. Thank you for bringing levity, realness and great resources to this challenging topic. Highly recommend sharing with your partners, too!