Miki Agrawal and the IVF Process

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A successful entrepreneur who has constantly bucked the status quo, Miki Agrawal recently shared the difficulties and triumphs of her in-vitro fertilization (IVF) journey with Healthtian writer Holger Schmitz. The resulting article “Miki Agrawal’s IVF Journey Shines Light on This Often-Taboo Subject,” drew back the curtain on a highly personal and delicate medical process that remains a mystery to most people.

To understand the IVF process as whole, it is helpful to examine how it typically begins. By the time they find themselves standing at the crossroads of IVF decision, most women have lived through endless attempts to get pregnant “naturally.”

Offering a frank look into her own IVF journey, TUSHY Founder Miki Agrawal hopes to help others who may be struggling with tremendously difficult infertility problems. In addition to speaking with Holger Schmitz and Healthtian, she has shared her detailed thoughts and feelings about IVF on her private blog. Readers can follow her IVF progress through the summer of 2021 and into the future as her decision to pursue IVF continues to affect her life. Ultimately, she hopes to refute some of the fallacies about IVF and reduce some of the stigma that is associated with this generally misunderstood medical procedure.

Miki Agrawal’s unique platform as an inspirational business leader places her in an ideal position to reach out to the public on the IVF issue. Countless women and aspiring entrepreneurs already look up to her as a professional and personal role model thanks to her unconventional and innovative approaches to business and to life.

Over the years, entrepreneur Miki Agrawal has founded and led several companies including Tushy, a company that sells bidet attachments for installation into existing toilets. Her other business ventures include the gluten-free pizza restaurant Wild and the liquid-resistant underwear manufacturer Thinx. In addition to her work as and entrepreneur and senior executive, Miki Agrawal is the published author of multiple books.

Miki Agrawal has also taken a unique approach to her home life, living with her entrepreneur husband Andrew and their son Hiro is a converted church building. She is also surrounded by friends, as many of them rent apartments in the same complex.

Despite her extraordinary history, Miki Agrawal’s struggles with infertility and her experiences with IVF are essentially universal. By identifying with the IVF journey that she has made public, women from all walks of life can better understand their own IVF concerns.