Keri shares her frustration at not becoming pregnant right away and explains why seeing a fertility specialist eased some concerns.
Keri recalls when she knew she was not going to take any more extreme measures to get pregnant.
Keri discusses her work on a women's health project in Ethiopia.
Keri discusses her goals for helping women in Ethiopia.
Keri gives advice to couples who are considering in vitro fertilization.
Keri recalls how she handled her frustration and fears while trying to conceive.
Keri recalls how people react when her mixed-race family is out in a public setting.
Keri recalls the health risks she faces from not conceiving or nursing a child.
Keri describes the reservations she had concerning fertility medication.
Keri explains if she felt inadequate as a mother because her children are adopted.
Keri explains if she is still saddened by her inability to give birth to a child.
As parents in the medical field, were you and your husband bothered by not knowing the medical history of your adopted children.
Keri recalls how she and her husband decided to adopt children from Ethiopia.
Keri explains if women recognize that fertility treatments do not guarantee they will get pregnant.
Keri describes her experience with adoption and shares where her children are originally from.
Keri recalls the moment she and her husband realized conceiving a baby through medical intervention was not for them.
Keri describes how women can advocate for their health when considering fertility treatment options.
While trying to get pregnant, Keri explains how she advocated for herself.
Keri explains if she has taken the BRCA-1 test because of her family history of breast cancer and colon cancer.
Keri recalls her mother's experience with breast cancer.
Keri explains if the risk for breast cancer increases if a woman engages in fertility treatments.
Keri explains the three options she and her husband had in becoming parents.
Keri explains how people reacted when she told them she and her husband were adopting and would never try fertility treatments.
Keri explains if there are any increased medical risks for children when they are conceived from fertility treatments.
Keri describes how her family's history of cancer affected the fertility decisions she made.
Keri explains the tests that doctors performed to find out her fertility problems.
Keri explains if waiting to get pregnant was a frustrating time.
Keri introduces herself and recalls how long she and her husband tried to get pregnant.