Glow is an ambitious enterprise where for the first time ever, our emerging ability to crunch and analyze vast quantities of data will be used to empower women (and couples) to take control of their reproductive health.
We live in a time when people are tracking everything about their bodies from diet, weight and the number of steps taken in a day. Yet it’s still uncomfortable to talk about your reproductive health, whether you’re trying to get pregnant or just wondering how "normal" your period is. We believe this needs to change.
With advances in fertility research and women now choosing to start families later in life, the importance of learning about your reproductive health starts in your 20s and goes well into your 30s, 40s and beyond. Our mission is to provide you with information and insights about your body and your health, whether you're trying to conceive or not. And if, or when, you're ready for pregnancy, our mission will be to bring that experience to you as early as possible.
Our medical advisors are being consulted to best make sure that our information is always accurate and insightful. These advisors are:
Dr. Philip E. Chenette, MD - Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Dr. Jane Chueh, MD - Clinical Professor, Obstetrics & Gynecology - Maternal Fetal Medicine
Dr. Michael Eisenberg, MD - Assistant Professor, Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery
Dr. Tamer Seckin, MD - Board-certified, Advanced Laparoendoscopic - Endometriosis Surgeon
Patty Stull, Executive Director of Practice Development at Shady Grove Fertility Center