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What are your options for getting pregnant if your diagnosis is male infertility? What can you do to increase your odds before going to fertility treatment? What type of infertility treatments are most successful? Is there a fertility diet that will increase male fertility? Our guests are Dr. Grace Centola, internationally recognized specialist in andrology and male infertility, and current President of the Society for Male Reproduction and Urology; and Dr. Jessica Mann, Reproductive Endocrinologist with Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey. IUI, artificial insemination, IVF, in vitro fertilization, in vitro fertilisation
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here: Blog summary of the show Highlights More Creating a Family resources on male infertility can be found here.
Are you infertilie and depressed? Are you sad when you see pregnant women? Wanza Leftwich, The Gospel Writer hosts Infertility Defeated: The Infertility Mindset Defeated. Learn key principles to changing your mindset. You don't have to be sad and infertile. Get the information you need to live a joyous life now.
There are about 7.3 million women in this country alone between the ages of 15 and 44 who have an impaired ability to have children. Many of these women don’t even know that they have a problem until they try to start a family. There are many causes for infertility, such as polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and varing other reasons. Today we talk with Dr. Nancy Teaff of Reproductive Endocrinology Associates of Charlotte (REACH). She is board-certified in obstetrics and
Infertility Talk with Susan Richter: The 5 Phases of Pregnancy Phase 1: Before conception (nutrition deficiency) Recognizing the symptoms & correcting the issues The most important period Phase 2: During conception - The First Trimester Nutrition: Increase the calories, especially protein Iron absorption and other vitamin and dietary supplements Phase 3: The Second Trimester Phase 4: The Third Trimester Continue to gain weight (stress on the system) Edema: what is it? –Need sufficient protein intake, digestion and absorption Constipation Assimilation: What is it? Phase 5 - Postpartum – Lactation and Depression Lactation – Natural Breast Feeding or Bottle? When to use one versus the other? Depression: Mother’s body exhaustion - Nutrition: serotonin deficiency Nutritional Etilology Get the Pregnancy Dietary Requirements by going to: www.compwellness.org/PregnancyDietary
Will your health insurance cover fertility treatment? How do you find out? Can you buy specialized insurance to cover IVF or other fertility treatments? How will the Health Care Reform Act of 2010 change Fertility Insurance Coverage? Fertility Insurance Coverage. Insurance for In Vitro Fertilization Insurance. Surrogacy Insurance. Infertility Treatment Insurance. Infertility Insurance Coverage. Our guests to talk about this are Lee Rubin Collins, Co-chair for Advocacy and Vice Chair of the Boar
Carol Fulwiler Jones, MA, psychotherapist and teacher, wrote Managing The Stress of Infertility: How To Balance Your Emotions, Get The Support You Need, and Deal With Painful Social Situations: to fill the void in the current literature for infertility patients. Although medical books on infertility abound, few authors address the emotional and spiritual needs of these individuals. The material in the book is grounded on Carol’s own experience with infertility and on her many years of counseling individuals and couples struggling with infertility issues.
Patients often feel isolated during treatment. They are frustrated when they see others easily getting pregnant and having babies. Often, friends and relatives tell them what they “should” be doing to have children. Stressful situations seem to occur daily. In her book, Carol shares numerous personal stories from her infertility clients; these accounts will be most helpful to readers. Knowing they aren’t alone, and hearing how other individuals handled problems similar to their own, will be comforting and useful.
Carol has worked in private practice in Atlanta, Georgia since 1981 and infertility counseling has been her special focus since 1992 when she began working as a consultant to the largest reproductive medicine clinics in Atlanta. Since that time, she has counseled hundreds of individuals, couples and groups as they made decisions and explored the many challenges associated with building a family, including pregnancy loss and parenting after infertility.
Carol has presented more than 50 speaking engagements to medical and patient audiences, both locally and nationally, has written newspaper and journal articles, and has been interviewed on an internet radio show and on television.
There are over 900 infertility clinics in the US. How do you choose the best clinic for you? What questions should you ask? How to understand and interpret the CDC infertility clinic statistics. Join me to talk about what steps to take to find a reproductive endocrinologist. IVF, in vitro fertilization. ICSI, donor egg, donor sperm, PGD
Infertility treatment is under attack by various state legislative bills. What can you do to protect your right to treatment, including IVF? What other legislation affects infertility--requirements for insurance to pay for treatment; tax credit for infertility treatment. Join our guests, Barb Collura, Executive Director of Resolve: The National Infertility Association to talk about the threats to infertility treatment and what you can do. infertility, fertility, infertility treatment, in vitro
What are the unique infertility issues in the Asia-Pacific Islander (API) community? Join our guests Dr. Collin Smikle, Reproductive Endocrinologist, founder and Medical Director of Laurel Fertility Care in San Francisco, Modesto and Fresno; Dr. Juli Fraga, a licensed psychologist in San Francisco, specializing in maternal, reproductive and women's health; Dana Ginn Paredes, Training Director, Forward Together (formerly Asian Communities for Reproductive Justice); and Gail Anderson, founder
Are you faced with the possibility of not having a child of your own? The shock of infertility issues can affect anyone. Do you know what to do next?
My guest, Iris Waichler, the author of 'Riding the Infertility Roller Coaster' shares her personal journey through infertility treatments. She has solutions to the many challenges that must be addressed along the way, legal, relationship, health, surrogacy and adoption.
If you are challenged at this time with having a child, listen to Iris and her story to see the options you may not have thought of. The book has many other stories of couples who also have struggled. Iris has led support groups, workshops and offers individual counseling. She also has a Masters in Social Work.
Iris can be reached here at her website and you may purchase her book here.
So often we think infertility only affects the woman, but the men are affected as well, we simply don’t focus on how they are affected. Join our guest Michael Barr, author of Swimming In Circles: A Baby Chase Odyssey, blogger, sports columnist, and dad to talk about infertility, male infertility, how the wife's infertility affects the husband.
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