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Everybody's Getting Pregnant But Me! 
With Dr. Anne

Everybody's Getting Pregnant But Me! With Dr. Anne

By Sonic Transformation
Infertility is a difficult journey and is not easy to talk about. It can become a very lonely chapter in life. "Everybody's Getting Pregnant But Me!" tells the stories of real people as they go through infertility treatment. In this podcast, Dr. Anne talks about the struggles, the heartache, and the confusion her patients have lived through on their way to parenthood. It reminds us that there are so many out there feeling the same way and that no one should feel alone.

For more information or to contact Dr. Anne, go to www.northshorefertility.com
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Fertility Survival Tips from the Front Lines ft. Monika
Infertility is a very frightening journey. Whether you’re on your own or trying with a partner, the thought of having such an obstacle in your way of starting the family you have always wanted can be daunting. One of the best sources of support and  information can come from the fertility professionals you see several times a week. Today’s guest, Monika, is a fertility ultrasonographer, who has been involved in infertility patient care for over 30 years!! Over all those years she has compiled a list of infertility survival tips that she loves to share with patients. 
29:19
May 05, 2021
Is 40 The New 30? ft. Lindsay
It’s often said these days that 40 is the new 30; and women are proving this true by doing all the things they did in their third decade, including getting pregnant. Planned pregnancies among 40-year-olds are more prevalent than ever and women are proud of this! Reasons they give for their choice are that they are  more mature, more patient, have more stable relationships and are better off financially.  Studies suggest that children of older moms are more likely to be better behaved, well socialized, and emotionally healthy. However, conception at age 40 is much more difficult and miscarriages much more common. Today Lindsay is going to tell us what it is like going through fertility treatment in your 40s. 
33:29
April 06, 2021
Men Suffer Too! ft. John
Fertility is one medical field that has always focused on the experiences and needs of women. After all, women bear all the physical and emotional pain of treatments. Yet there is a growing awareness that men suffer from the emotional ups and downs of infertility treatments too. While men may be  shelling out thousands of dollars for fertility treatments and taking time off of work for appointments, it’s easy for men to be forgotten or minimized in the process.  In this episode we are  going to see the emotional side of fertility treatment through the eyes of a man. 
41:19
March 02, 2021
Becoming a Single Mother by Choice ft. Heather
Becoming a single mother by choice is an increasingly popular path to motherhood, as more women are making the decision to have a child on their own.  Raising a child on your own can be the most challenging yet most rewarding season of a woman’s life.  But what does it take to even become a single mom by choice? How can a woman even get there and to what extent would a woman go to achieve that dream? Today’s guest, Heather, single mother of two, is going to answer all of those questions.
28:39
February 02, 2021
How COVID-19 is Affecting the Mental Health of Infertility Patients ft. Jen Marsh
On March 17th, 2020, the American Society of Reproductive Medicine recommended immediate suspension of all in-person fertility treatments throughout the U.S. due to the COVID pandemic. This had devastating effects on the mental health of thousands of fertility patients across the country. Since March, the recommendations have been updated several times and patients are now able to resume treatment but in a very different manner. In this first episode of 'Everybody's Getting Pregnant But Me!' Jen Marsh, a licensed clinical psychologist, specializing in the treatment of infertility patients, will discuss how the COVID pandemic has affected the mental health of infertility patients.  Guest: Jen Marsh, Licensed Clinical Social Worker jmarsh@jsrpsychology.com Phone or text: 847-372-9666
26:24
January 07, 2021