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Waiting for Babies

By Steven Mavros

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Waiting for Babies takes a deeper look into the human side of the world of infertility. We interview couples and individuals who've struggled with bringing a child into their lives and the many roads they take to get there. Through telling their stories, regardless of outcome, we strive to take away the taboo of infertility, from IVF to egg donation to adoption, and provide hope and comfort to many others who are still waiting.

Customer Reviews

So needed

This podcast is amazing and so needed. Open and real dialogues about different couple's experiences and being able to listen to them when you are facing challenges with conception is a true gift. Thank you for sharing. This space needs more exploration and openness.

Like “This American Life,” with a deeply personal topic.

I hadn’t realized how truly interesting hearing a variety of people’s infertility stories could be. The way in which Steven Mavros frames the stories and gets his interviewees to share the raw emotions of their experiences and how they dealt/deal with the highs and lows of their journeys makes for compelling and relatable listening even for people have not struggled with infertility.


Steven delves into the delicate world of fertility. His guests share intimate details of their own personal struggles. It's a podcast about our deepest fears and how people persevere through times of difficulty to ultimately come to terms with their own realities. There's ups and downs, but it's a story of the human condition and how people cope in their relationships through this difficult process.

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