In today’s podcast episode, I’m sharing one of the past Ask The Egg Whisperer episodes. Sabah wrote in to ask about seed cycling, which is the practice of eating specific seeds at certain points in your menstrual cycle to help promote the healthy balance of estrogen and progesterone to regulate cycles, increase fertility, and ease PMS symptoms and other symptoms as a result of hormonal imbalances.
1 hr 12 min
When a couple has a diagnosis of male factor infertility, it’s important to know what to do and it’s all part of my #BallsMethod. I love that Stephanie wrote in to “Ask the Egg Whisperer” to see if there was anything else she should consider.
1 hr 17 min
Fertility Expert Q&A Series with Dr. Sasha Hakman (Advice on Exercise and Food for Better Fertility)
I’m delighted to be joined again today by Dr. Sasha Hakman. She is sharing her expert advice on exercise and food for better fertility. I learned so much from her during this conversation, especially about how to eat so you never get “hangry,” and what kinds of exercise is best during pregnancy.
On today’s Egg Whisperer Show podcast episode, Dr. Sasha Hakman is joining me to teach us how to increase fertility with food and exercise. Dr. Hakman is a fertility doctor and has a personal connection to PCOS. She’ll share her personal story and how this motivated her to create meal and exercise plans for fertility patients.
In this episode of The Egg Whisperer Show, I’m talking all about how to survive Depot Lupron. We use this drug to treat endometriosis, fibroids and some other conditions in my fertility practice. One of my patients shared with me that she wished there was a Depot Lupron Survival Guide. She created it and sent it to me and now I’m sharing it with you!
I get so many great questions from people about how to preserve their fertility. Becky sent in a great question. Here’s what she says, “I am 35 years old, and I’ve been trying to conceive for a year. My AMH is 0.6. Should I consider IVF?”
1 hr 4 min
In this episode, one of the questions is from Emily. She asks, “I had an unplanned c-section with my first IVF baby 18 months ago. I don’t have any embryos left on ice so am starting IVF again. Are there any special considerations for starting IVF after a c-section like increased uterine abnormalities, poorer egg quality/quantity, etc?”
Today on Ask The Egg Whisperer, Cara sends in a GREAT question. Here’s what Cara asks, “Which birth control would you recommend to better preserve fertility? I personally have a very low egg count in my early 20s and also went through chemo but would like to get on birth control for a few years until the chemo is out of my body. But also hate putting extra hormones in my body!” Tune in for the answer.
It’s always great to go back to the IVF basics! Today on the podcast / show, I’m sharing an overview of everything you need to know about IVF. What is it? Who is it for? What should you be asking your Doctor about it?
Dec 30, 2020
Egg Quality is always a topic of interest, and, as I’ve shared before, it does decline over time. In this episode of Ask The Egg Whisperer, Heather asks about how quickly egg quality declines at age 42. Here’s her full question, “How much does egg quality decline month to month at age 42? In other words if you have a PGS normal embryo one month, are you likely to have one in a couple months too?”
Dec 27, 2020