A Belated Shout-Out

Our boys didn’t come along out of a clear blue sky; we had been trying to get pregnant for years and had chalked up a failed IVF procedure before C & M entered our lives.

Our miracle finally happened with the help of Poma Fertility, a Seattle-area fertility clinic whose results speak for themselves, at least as far as we’re concerned. The Poma team took their combined expertise and patience and saw us through from (even more) tests to hormone and drug therapies, egg extraction, and implantation, changing the course as needed, and advising us constantly on what would be the best next course of action. We always felt guided and never pressured, and knew that the entire Poma team was in our corner and had a genuine desire to see us succeed.

If you stumble across this post and happen to be in the market for a fertility clinic that is cost-effective, knowledgeable, and that feels like a group of friends, I can’t recommend Poma enough.

"Made with love (and Science)"

“Made with love (and Science)”

Proud mama with her long-awaited babies.

Proud mama with her long-awaited babies.

Nurse S. at Poma holding M.

Nurse S. holding M.

Dr. O holding C.

Dr. O holding C.

Some of the Poma team that are responsible for this blog, which was the ultimate goal of having kids.

Some of the Poma team that are responsible for this blog, which was the ultimate goal of having kids.

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4 thoughts on “A Belated Shout-Out

  1. We love Poma too! Currently 8 weeks with our successful IVF cycle, a big thank you to you and your wife, especially her, her blog kept me going when I was most terrified (we had almost an identical protocol) and I have now enjoyed finding and catching up on your blogging!!!

  2. This seems pretty wild to me, as I linked here after finding a really old post on your wife’s blog…and we just switched to POMA, too (and we don’t even live in WA). Congrats on your success!

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