I've been helping people make babies for a long, long time — but my story starts well before I ever knew that I'd want to work in fertility.
It all started when I was 20 years old, and I couldn't walk without a cane. I had been an active teen, a state tennis champ, but once I went off to college, everything started falling apart. Doctors diagnosed me with MS, an autoimmune disease that would slowly break my body down over time. I felt hopeless.
Listen to Kirsten Karchmer, CEO of Conceivable, one of this year’s CONVERGE Startup Showcase companies, discuss the disruption in the area of infertility, how technology is making these changes happen, and how to make digital healthcare consumers feel accountable to their action plans without a doctor’s appointment?
At Fertility PlanIt LA, Conceivable Founder/CEO Kirsten Karchmer discusses the underlying health factors that can be contributing to diagnoses of infertility or to recurrent miscarriage, and the steps you can take to improve them.