Amy Schumer shares IVF update, feels 'lucky' to ha
Anyone who's pursued in vitro fertilization knows that unexpected highs and lo
Anyone who's pursued in vitro fertilization knows that unexpected highs and lows are part of the process — as is maintaining hope throughout them.
Amy Schumer has been an open book about the topic since first starting her own IVF journey in January, and in her latest update, the actress-comedian puts a spotlight on feeling hopeful and fortunate despite the roller coaster of results.
"I am so grateful for our son and that we have the resources to get help in this way," she wrote.
Then, in closing her post, she sent "love and strength to all of the warrior women" on similar journeys and invited them to continue reach out to her — directly.
"My number is in my bio if you are open to text me your experience or whatever you feel like," she added. "I read them when I can't sleep or have time."