At Carolinas Fertility Institute (CFI), we strive to support the minds and bodies of our patients. Here’s a list of three current blogs you may find helpful and interesting.

Starbucks, Peace, and the Pursuit of a Baby (Trials Bring Joy).

Chelsea and her husband Josh have been married for nine years and are bravely dealing with their fertility issues. They have been trying to get pregnant since 2009 but Chelsea’s diagnosis of PCOS, a common cause of infertility, has made it impossible to conceive naturally. They are currently undergoing IVF cycles and rely on their commitment to one another, as well as their faith, to remain strong and to keep a positive outlook. This great blog has links to wonderful resources and IVF information.

Dreaming of Dimples

Jessah, the blog’s author, has Stage III endometriosis and has been diagnosed with infertility for a number of reasons over the past half-decade. She describes her blog as, “a warm safe place to open my heart and give/receive support.” In her most recent post, Jessah shares that after multiple failed IVF cycles, she and her husband received the gift of donor eggs.

Lemon Water

This blog, co-written by two friends and is a friendly resource for women who want to lead better lives. One of the most powerful posts is about The Hidden Emotions of Infertility, which discusses how the silence surrounding infertility could be the greatest hindrance to providing high-quality information to women and couples who need it.

We hope you enjoy these resources and will be adding more as we find them.



Carolinas Fertility Institute is a practice with offices Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and Charlotte. The practice specializes in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of infertility. CFI provides advanced reproductive technologies in a comforting, supportive environment to give patients the personal care they deserve.

CFI currently has among the highest IVF success rates in the nation due to a combination of professional talent and the latest technology. CFI has been delighting patients since their opening in March 2015, specializing in highly personalized treatment and resulting in many first-cycle pregnancies.

The practice accepts most insurance plans and offers a range of options for self-pay patients, including IVF, Donor egg IVF and Fertility Preservation. Patients interested in obtaining additional information about Carolinas Fertility Institute and our services, you may call 336 448 9100 or visit us at