An Olympic Athlete and her Egg Freezing Story

Mar 28, 2018 | Fertility Care
Christina Cruz is currently the #1 ranked female boxer on the Olympic team, Team USA. Christina has won several National Championships and medaled in elite international events such as the 2012 World Championships. She excelled in sports from a very young age and started boxing when she was 22. Christina froze her eggs because of her Olympic career, so she could have a chance for future pregnancy when she’s ready. She didn’t want to give up one dream for another and hoped she could have both. At her side is Olympic US gymnastic medalist, Brandon Wynn Gym. It is rare that people share their experience with social #eggfreezing, and rarer still that those in the sports and entertainment industry do so. Christina and Brandon recently Vlogged their entire egg freezing cycle with Cmd Fertility and just started sharing their journey. You can start following her here: I'm excited to share the stage with her on May 11th. Please get your ticket today and make your way to the event too! TO MY FOLLOWING: ????PLEASE READ AND WATCH???? ? @brandonwynngym and I are nervous and excited to share this journey with you.? ? We have decided to take a scary and exciting step towards our...

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Mar 16, 2018 | Fertility Care
Loved being interviewed for this article. If you're a patient of mine, you know  there's no such thing as "unexplained" infertility to me. Only: No one took the time to explain it! With DNA tests like this, women can better understand their fertility. Fertility screening should include DNA testing. Read it here:

Two doctors with one plea: take action on your fertility today!

Mar 15, 2018 | Fertility Care
By now if you’ve watched The Egg Whisperer show or have read my articles you get a sense for what I care about. It’s pretty simple. I care about your fertility. I want you to protect it. To learn about it, take action, and use it while you still can. It turns out I’m not alone. And thank goodness! Dr. Jerisa is an ER doctor who lives in Florida. Her personal experience with an unexpectedly difficult fertility journey compelled her to start, Secure Your Fertility, which makes it easy for women to test their fertility. As a recent guest on my show, Dr. Jerisa shared more of her story, mission, and I’m compelled to share it with you here too. We both started our websites because too many women are uninformed about their fertility. It needs to change, and it will change if more medical professionals work together to raise awareness to the power of fertility screening for proactive health management. Like me, Dr. Jerisa wants to educate women about their fertility. We both believe that getting your fertility checked can be simple, as should talking to a doctor about the results. Dr. Jerisa’s fertility story inspired her to start Secure...

IVF: 5 Things You Need to Know

Mar 15, 2018 | Fertility Care
Are you thinking about doing IVF? Maybe you’re in the midst of IVF right now? Or, have you just completed an embryo transfer? Great. Then these five things are for you. With over a decade of experience I have seen it all, and I want to distill what I’ve learned about IVF and what I want you to get clear on and know before, during, and after. I even dedicated a show to this very topic. 1. Clearly define why you’re doing IVF I know it sounds like a dumb request; you likely want a baby. But what is your underlying diagnosis and reason for pursuing that baby via IVF? I want to make sure that you’re doing everything you can to achieve scucess, and if it’s a health condition, that all angles for improving that condition have been explored before IVF. Let me paint a couple of scenarios for you. If you’re doing IVF because sperm count is low, then do a sperm fitness challenge before you start. See a urologist, take supplements, and consider advanced sperm DNA tests. After this, do you still need to pursue IVF? If you’re doing IVF because you are overweight and not ovulating regularly, then put together a...

9 Things that put your fertility at risk

Mar 15, 2018 | Fertility Care
If you know me, you know that I hate the word infertility. I believe that everyone who walks through my doors is fertile and can have the family they desire. Yet, fertility is often taken for granted. It’s precious. It declines over time, and there are some well studied factors, nine that I highlight here, that put it at risk. This topic is so important to me that I dedicated a show to it. 1. Your DNA Fertility is so much more than hormones. It’s why in addition to checking hormones I recommend an ultrasound, review of your fertility family history, gynecological history, and a DNA check. All of these help paint a more complete picture. As a society, we focus a lot on external factors that can contribute to disease, like nutrition, exercise, and stress. DNA testing provides clarity around something that we tend to ignore, namely the mutations inside of our bodies that can cause disease. Science can be a powerful tool. Use it! 2. Unhealthy BMI Your fertility isn’t skin deep. However, your body mass index (BMI) canimpact your chances of getting pregnant. A BMI that’s too high or too low can cause issues. A BMI < 19 can lead to problems ovulating and...

Kardashian Fertility

Mar 04, 2018 | Fertility Care
I have a lot in common with the Kardashian Family. I talk about fertility all the time, they talk about fertility all the time. So naturally, I’ve dedicated an Egg Whisperer Show to what 10 years of the Kardashians have taught us about Fertility. Lesson #1: Your Mom’s Fertility is Important                                                     Source: Kardashian 2017 Holiday Card The Kardashian Matriarch, Kris Jenner had 4 kids with her first husband and then two more over the age of 35 with her second husband. Is it possible she used fertility treatment to have the last two? Maybe, but we can only speculate. What does it remind us to do? Learn these three things about your family’s fertility: When did your mom experience menopause? Did your mom have any miscarriages or difficulty conceiving? If you have sisters, did they need fertility help? If so there’s a chance you may need it too. If your mom needed fertility treatment to get pregnant with you, this is a good thing to know! We inherit fertility genes (not the ones you wear) from both...

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