Anovulation: Anamarie’s Story

September 28, 2015

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Today’s Guest:

Our success story today is Anamarie, who began trying to get pregnant in April 2014. She knew right away that she would be someone with fertility problems. She began seeing an RE, had routine blood tests done, and found that her progesterone levels were so low that she wasn’t even ovulating. All of this was despite the fact that she had normal, regular periods for years. Anamarie began Clomid cycles in January 2015, consequently suffering from hot flashes and extreme emotional ups and downs. Listen in as she describes the outcome!

Anamarie shares the feelings she has endured due to the misconceptions of others about infertility. Fertile family and friends don’t always show empathy and respect to those who struggle toward fertility. Her words are a wake-up call to all of us to consider carefully what others may be enduring in their lives.

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Whom We’re Following:

We are following the journey of Angela, who is about two years into her struggle to BEAT INFERTILITY. When she began trying to get pregnant, she had an intuition that “it would not be so easy for me.” She was referred to an RE almost immediately, and male factor infertility was the diagnosis. 

Angela and her partner have done IUI and four IVF transfers so far. They are considering AUGMENT for the next round of IVF, which is a process that boosts the quality and youthfulness of the extracted eggs. They are also looking into Chinese medicine and acupuncture for treatments to increase sperm quality. Listen to Angela’s story for a dose of encouragement!

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