I help women navigate their Infertility Journey with love, a little bit of humor and
a whole lot of grit.
Going through infertility treatments is challenging. One of the most helpful things I recommend to all my clients is journaling. It can help rid your brain of negative thoughts and feelings and help with your stress levels.
Download my FREE Journaling and Affirmations Workbook for challenging times to help you through.
Caryn Rich is an Fertility Coach, with experience helping women who want to get through the infertility journey using the expertise of someone who has experienced success. Through her courses, challenges and one-on-one coaching, she helps women shake up their approach to the process with support, making every step feel calmer and more understandable.
After spending 8 years going through double digit ART cycles, 5 miscarriages and the loss of one of her twins, Caryn was able to fulfill her dream of completing her family. It was during that time that she earned her PHD in Infertility. She has helped many women with a step-by-step framework based on her own journey. She believes that having the right mindset, advocating for yourself and keeping your sense of humor are the most important aspects for success.
When Caryn is not teaching women the ABC’s of Infertility, you can find her enjoying time with her family and indulging in her favorite bulletproof coffee.
“Caryn is simply amazing. She has gained so much wisdom and insight through her own infertility experiences that allow her to speak light, encouragement and guidance into the lives of others. I don’t know where I would be in my infertility journey if it wasn’t for her love and support. I know I am in a much better place because of her. ❤️”
“Caryn Rich is the Real Deal! Her honesty, compassion and professional insight is top notch. Love her!”
Britanny Lynne B.
“Caryn is amazing and insightful. She can offer first hand experience that can’t be found anywhere else.”
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Did you know…
Did you know that most couples need to go through 3 or more IVF cycles to achieve a viable pregnancy?
It’s true, more than likely, you will not get pregnant on the first try!
Like many of you, I dreamt of being a mother from when I was a little girl. When we began to try, it didn’t happen for us the way it does on TV or the movies—getting negative pregnancy tests month after month made me feel guilty for failing my husband. I was also angry with my body for betraying me the way it hadn’t for others. It was a challenging place to be. That is when I began withdrawing from my friends and family – especially the ones who were pregnant. I realized that getting pregnant the traditional way was not going to happen for us. After an appointment with my OBGYN, she recommended we see a fertility doctor. I felt alone, and like no one truly understood to have a colossal bomb dropped on me.
I suffered through primary and secondary infertility. Trying to have my second child was one of the toughest fights of my life.
Having my first child seemed “easy” by comparison. I wish I could tell you that it didn’t take too much time. Still, in reality, it took over four years, five miscarriages, many tens of thousands of dollars, and over 15 ART cycles to result in my next viable pregnancy. We nearly put ourselves into bankruptcy because we wanted so badly to add to our family. We didn’t know how we were going to come up with well over $100,000 that it ended up taking to make our dream of giving our son a sibling a reality. That sacrifice was well worth it when I finally got my big fat positive, but, unfortunately, spending that amount of money does not result in a child for everyone.
I searched for a person who could help me make decisions and tell me it would be OK during my journey, but couldn’t find anyone.
Now I have made it my mission to help women get through their journeys more quickly and easily using my unique experience and expertise. I don’t ever want another woman to feel alone and hopeless the way I felt. All I wanted was to get pregnant and stay that way for 40 weeks.
If you are feeling alone, overwhelmed, and so confused by the infertility process too, I can help, and here is how we are going to do it:
Talk in detail about where you are in the process including testing and blood work
Discuss your next steps and what your best options would be going forward
Set boundaries with friends and family to help preserve your mental health
Come up with a plan to help cope with the depression and overwhelm that often come with infertility and treatments
Advice and exercises to help you experience a closer relationship with your partner to make decisions together and in sync
Discussions on a diet, nutrition, and mindset
Weekly zoom meetings to discuss your big questions and choices as they come up
Voxer and email access to answer quick questions
Worksheets customized to your journey
And so much more!
Click the link below, and we can chat. The first one’s on me.