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I have a 3.5 year old child. The possibility of being infertile had never dawned on me. Afterall, I have a child!
But it happened, and apparently is very common. Infertility after having had a child, otherwise known as secondary infertility, apparently accounts for up to 60% of infertility cases.
Anyone see anything wrong with this picture? I did. Fortunutely, I was delivered from this "disease" naturally. Please listen in to hear my story and how it can help you.
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Secondary infertility is little understood by the general public and those suffering often have a harder time finding answers and support. What causes secondary infertility, how is it treated, and what are the odds of success with treatment? Can pregnancy and birth complications increase your chances of being unable to conceive a second child? Our guest to talk about Secondary Infertility is Dr. Tanmoy Mukherjee, a board certified Gynecologist and Reproductive Endocrinologist, Associate Director of the Mount Sinai Division of Reproductive Endocrinology, and Co-Medical Director of Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Yor.
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Paula Tresintsis has written a candid, authentic book about her journey through infertility. The book talk about topics like Family Dynamics, Relationships, Masculine and Feminine Energy. The book has gone to number 1 status on Amazon.
Tune in to the show and here how the book came about.
The joy of being a parent is one of the greatest things one can experience in life. But for millions of couples, parenthood is just a dream because of infertility issues. Coping with these issues can be a daily struggle that sometimes leads to sadness, tension, frustration and depression.
You don't have to struggle alone. If you are suffering with shame, guilt, depression, or anger because of an inability to get pregnant, we want you to call in today and chat with us.
Our guest, Rachel Eddins, M.Ed., LPC-S, CGP, is here to share the resources and options that are available to help ease the emotional burden for couples who are trying to cope with infertility. Call in, 646-716-6910 or join us in our LIVE chatroom during the show.
National Infertility Awareness Week runs April 19-25. The week is sponsored by RESOLVE, a reproductive health advocacy organization. Visit their website to find a list of events nationwide.
Although 7.3 million women and couples experience some form of challenge conceiving in this country (or 1 in 8), infertility can leave one feeling extremely isolated
I spoke with Rev. Dr. Stacey Edwards-Dunn, founder of Fertility for Colored Girls, to talk more about resources available to all couples and some of the events her organization provides this week and beyond.
For links to all details discussed today, visit www.debtfreedivas.org.
Having trouble paying for your fertility treatment? Are you considering borrowing money to pay for treatment? Host Dawn Davenport will be talking with representatives of the leading lending entities that lend specifically for paying for infertility treatment. You must listen to this show if you are considering taking out a loan for fertility treatment.
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott chats with author and podcaster Amanda Hope Haley.
Amanda Hope Haley has a bachelor of arts in religious studies from Rhodes College and a master of theological studies in Hebrew Scripture and Interpretation from Harvard University. She contributed to The Voice Bible translation as a writer and editor, and she has been an editor and curricula ghost writer for popular Christian authors. Amanda maintains a blog, Healthy and Hopeful, where she encourages women to live whole lives in community with God, family, and each other. Her first book, Barren among the Fruitful: Navigating Infertility with Hope, Wisdom, and Patience was released by HarperCollins Christian Publishers on October 7, 2014, as part of the InScribed Collection. Amanda and her husband David recently moved to Denver, Colorado, and look forward to new friends and new adventures out West.
Amanda enjoys hosting people in her home for small group studies and serving her church community however she can. She loves cooking, crafting, and party planning, but she’s happiest when exploring new places with her husband and spoiling her godchildren Elijah, Jack, and Lily.
Infertility, low libido, erectile dysfunction, PMS, hot flashes…sexually speaking, we’re a mess! Not only that, we’re seeing increases in miscarriages, stillborns, birth defects in children, increases in childhood cancers, mental disorders. What does all of this mean for the quality of our relationships and the future health of our families?
Join me as I chat with nutritional consultant Pam Killeen about these questions and more including..
The most common reasons why we’re seeing so many problems with human sexuality today
How our diets impact our sexual health (including how things like coffee, nutrient-deficient diets and even over-strenous exercise can cause problems in the bedroom)
How the dangerous combination of fad diets and estrogen mimicking chemicals that we come into contact with everyday throws of our hormonal balance
How our lifestyle behaviors are causing problems in our relationships and health, creating chronic fatigue, addiction and more
Pam Killeen is a nutritional consultant who specializes in Nutritional Balancing, and is the author of "Survival of the Unfittest: How Wisdom Will Save Humans from Falling into Extinction."
We tell people that they should use the CDC or SART Infertility Clinic Success Statistics when choosing a fertility clinic, but we often fail to tell people how to interpret these statistics. Which ones are important and which ones can we ignore?
Host Dawn Davenport, Executive Director of Creating a Family, the national infertility & adoption education and support organization, interviews Dr. David Ball, Embryology Lab Director at Seattle Reproductive Medicine and Past President of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology.
For a discussion of this show, go to our blog tomorrow http://creatingafamily.org/blog/.
Creating a Family has many free resources related to this topic on our website at www.CreatingaFamily.org.
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Is it possible to be happy when you are suffering from infertility and going through fertility treatment? Host Dawn Davenport interviews Dr. Ali Domar, international leader in the field of mind/body medicine and women’s health, founder of The Domar Center for Mind/Body Health, and author of numerous books including Conquering Infertility and Being Happy Without Being Perfect.
Highlights of the show can be found here:
More Creating a Family resources on infertility can be found here.
Are grants available to help pay for fertility treatment? How do you apply and what are the granting organizations looking for. Host Dawn Davenport will interview Lisa Duran, Director of Pay it Forward Fertility Foundation, a non profit organization that assists couples in paying for fertility treatments not covered by health insurance; and Dr. Camille Hammond, Director of the Tinina Q. Cade Foundation, which provides grants to assist needy infertile families.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
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More Creating a Family resources on affording IVF can be found here.
What should every fertility patient know about embryology labs before going through treatment. Host Dawn Davenport, Executive Director of Creating a Family, the national infertility & adoption education and support organization, interviews two of the leading embryologist to find out what patients should know and what advances are on the horizon to improve success rates. Dr. Marie D. Werner, a fellow in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at Rutgers, Reproductive Medicine Associates of NJ where she has completed an intensive 6 month embryology training program. Dr. Werner is one of the lead investigators of the SuMMIT study. Dr. Michael Tucker has worked in the field of reproductive medicine/embryology for over 26 years. Dr. Tucker has received world-wide recognition for his pioneering work in the IVF technologies that have helped to revolutionize the treatment of infertility. In 1992, he helped to advance the ICSI technique and was responsible for the first “ICSI baby” born in the US. In 1997, he led the team that was successful in achieving the first pregnancy and birth using cryopreserved eggs. He is the Director of Embryology at Shady Grove Fertility and at Georgia Reproductive Specialists.
Creating a Family has thousands of free resources related to this topic on our website.
If you enjoyed this show, we would very much appreciate you leaving us a review on iTunes. It only takes a moment and it really helps others find us. Thanks.
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