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A PEA IN THE PODCAST
Tune in for help, hints and words of wisdom
THESE informative and inspiring podcasts are just what the (fertility) doctor called for. Check Apple, Spotify, Audible and other podcasting platforms to start streaming pronto.
‘Pretty Little Tribe‘
This podcast comes from Elizabeth King, a certified fertility health coach and birth and bereavement doula.
Inspired by having three kids after she turned 40, the conversations center around holistic approaches to conception and fertility. Other thematic exploration includes surrogacy, reproductive immunology and healing from a traumatic birth.
‘Fertility in Focus’
This enlightening podcast is hosted by licensed acupuncturist Christina Burns, a fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine.
She’s the founder of Naturna, an acupuncture and fertility coaching practice on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Episodes feature experts from both conventional and natural fields of medicine, including topics like advice for diminished ovarian reserve, fertility-supportive nutrition, and, of course, acupuncture and fertility.
Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York’s podcast launched in January 2020 and has been covering a wide spectrum of issues in the fertility space with much gusto and helpful info since.
Hosted by RMA’s director of social work services Rena Gower, LCSW, and nutritionist Dara Godfrey, MS, RD, expect interviews with medical professionals, mental health specialists, personal trainers and more. It’s all in an easy-to-digest format, despite the show tackling many complicated subjects.
Infertility mentor Megan Cameron guides listeners through the difficulties of recurrent pregnancy loss in this podcast geared toward women experiencing recurrent miscarriages or implantation failure.
Launched in March 2022, new episodes drop Wednesdays, and even if you haven’t gone through this experience yourself, you can glean some helpful insights on how to support a loved one who has.
Billed as the “no-BS approach to creating the family of your dreams,” join host Monica Cox, a functional diagnostic nutrition practitioner who endured a nine-year infertility struggle before having her two sons.
Conversations run the gamut from how to recover after a miscarriage featuring Allison Schaaf from MiscarriageHopeDesk.com, to what fertility doctors aren’t telling you with Dr. Carolyn K. Messere.