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BONUS 105: VEGAS BABY Documentary

BONUS 105: VEGAS BABY Documentary

Today’s Guest:

Today’s guest is Amanda Micheli. She is an Oscar-nominated filmmaker and the director of VEGAS BABY, a documentary that follows aspiring parents on the gamble of infertility and shows the emotional, physical and financial toll it takes. As of this recording, the film is now available on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play; it will broadcast on PBS on June 27; and will become available on Netflix around July 4. We discuss her personal infertility story, the VEGAS BABY film, and so much more.

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BONUS 97: Navigating Infertility as a Member of the LGBT Community

BONUS 97: Navigating Infertility as a Member of the LGBT Community

Today’s Guest:

Today’s bonus episode guest is Dr. Maria Rothenburger, a psychotherapist who specializes in infertility. If you haven’t already listened to it, she shared her personal infertility story in Episode 18. (more…)

BONUS 96: Fertility Options for the LGBT Community

BONUS 96: Fertility Options for the LGBT Community

Today’s Guest:

Dr. Allison Rodgers is board certified in both Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, and has been practicing medicine since 2004. She currently practices at the Fertility Centers of Illinois. Dr. Rodgers’ personal experiences with both secondary infertility and pregnancy loss have given her a unique insight into reproductive medicine in order to help you BEAT INFERTILITY. (more…)

BONUS 95: Shipping Frozen Eggs, Embryos & Sperm

BONUS 95: Shipping Frozen Eggs, Embryos & Sperm

Today’s Guest:

Today’s guest is Shannon Curiel, Director of Sales of Reproductive Medicine at Cryoport. We discuss everything you need to know about shipping frozen embryos, eggs, and sperm.

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Same Sex Couple with Diminished Ovarian Reserve: Laura’s Story [SUCCESS]

59: Same Sex Couple with Diminished Ovarian Reserve [SUCCESS STORY]

Today’s Guest:

Today’s success story is about a woman named Laura. She and her wife always knew they’d need help building their family, but she was surprised to learn she had severe diminished ovarian reserve at just 28 years old. As a result, she was told if she wanted to use her own eggs, she needed to move forward now, even though she wasn’t ready. Join us to hear how she and her wife navigated the world of fertility treatments as a same sex couple — and the advice she has for others in the same situation.
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