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Aimee Raupp:

Hey, guys. Sorry, I’m three minutes late to today’s Fertility Hotseat. I was finishing my breakfast. I had two eggs, a bunch of broccoli, and some… These are the Bilinsky breakfast sausages, which I actually find are as AIP friendly as store bought sausages can be. I have reintroduced all my things, so I know it works for my body and what doesn’t. Anyway, hi. So, today and right now, oh my God, you guys are already requesting to join me live. This is amazing. You guys are amazing. So, you know what we’re here for. We’re here for Fertility Hotseat, which is where I come to you and offer you a free 15 minute consult on your case. This is not medical advice. This is advice based on my almost 20 years of clinical experience, helping women get and stay pregnant and advice based on my best selling books up there. Advice based on my intuition and my heart and what I have seen other women go through.

So, if you want an opportunity to come live with me right now for a free consult, you have to ask to join me live and then in about two minutes, I’m going to hop on and pick someone at random. First, I want to, and I might get emotional, but I just want to address all the things in a very humane way, not a political way by any means. It’s just been a lot. And I also know that I posted something very vulnerable, was that yesterday or the day before? About my miscarriage and about my missed miscarriage and my need for a medical abortion. And I’m going to do a story later on the facts. I spent a lot of time fact collecting over the last two days of what states would allow a medical abortion versus which ones wouldn’t, regardless of the health risks to the mother.

And, it’s a very scary, overwhelming time. My team psychologist, Dr. Samantha, just put a video up on our feed, please go and watch that for extra tools and resources of just what to do right now if you are not feeling great. I think it’s a frightening time. I also think it’s a really overwhelming time. I think there’s a lot of what if’s that are going through all of our brains, especially around fertility treatments, especially around IVF, frozen embryos, but there’s so many what if’s. And that’s the one thing I do just want to drive home right now. Let’s get lost in the facts if we can, more than the what if’s and know that people like the American Society of Reproductive Medicine is going to fucking bat. They are going to bat for all of us, all of the women out there, still on the fertility journey.

And so, do what you can take the action steps that I mentioned in my post. I had to turn off the comments of my post of my talk of my miscarriage and D&C, because just some of it was getting really nasty and it was super triggering for me, because as you can imagine, I still have grief over my own loss. And it brought up a lot for me this weekend. And to have some people just very nastily attack was horrible and I’m grateful to have blocked them. Block and bless and release, be on your path. You can unfollow me at any Fucking time. I don’t need you in my life. You don’t need to be mean. Everybody is dealing. Everybody is feeling. And so, and we have a lot of people that are requesting to join live here. So let’s go and do it because I have a full day of calls.

But just want to say to you all that I love you. I support you. I’m cheering for you. I will go to bat for you any day of the fucking week. And I know you would do the same for me and those of you that don’t agree with whatever you don’t need to be on this page and you don’t need to follow me anymore. I am not political. I choose to never be political. This is not political. This is human. This is humane, right? And there are so many women out there that have gone through losses. I just received several messages on the back end of people that never openly shared about their losses and their medical abortions and how frightened they would be had they not had those resources, right? I know how fortunate I am, but I also know how many women don’t have the ability to pick up and travel to another state if they have a missed miscarriage or they have a child with a severe disorder that’s no longer going to live, right?

That’s the scope of practice I live in. I do not function in the world of unwanted children. I function only in the world of bringing through healthy children. That is the goal here, but I also really function in the world of keeping women in their power and advocating for them every step of the way. So without further ado, let’s get into the Fertility Hotseat. Yes, let’s do it. Whew. Anyway, I got lots to say and I’m going to reel it in and I’m going to make a video for all of you. Oh, my goodness. There’s so many of you. I don’t know who to pick. Cha cha cha cha. I’m going to go… My God. This is hard. I don’t know why I’m having such a hard time. You. Let’s see how it goes down, Veronica, if you accept. If not, we’ll go to somebody else.

Veronica:

Hi.

Aimee Raupp:

Hello.

Veronica:

How are you?

Aimee Raupp:

I’m okay. How are you?

Veronica:

Oh my God. I never thought that I was going to be on live.

Aimee Raupp:

No one ever thinks they’re going to get chosen, but you got chosen. Here we are. We’re doing it.

Veronica:

I’m excited.

Aimee Raupp:

Oh, well good. Let me get my notepad out. Because it’s the best way for me to keep it all clean and focused. So tell me what’s going on, Veronica. How can I help?

Veronica:

I started my journey like in 2018-2017. I was planning on having a baby, but my doctor told me that my AMH was really low. It was a 0.1. And right there, he said you have to go to a fertility doctor. I was 37 back then. So he… I’m sorry. I’m trying to-

Aimee Raupp:

That’s okay.

Veronica:

… They sent me to a a fertility doctor and the fertility doctor, he’s like, “You know what? You still have time. Go. I’m going to give you some vitamins. You can try.” He gave me CoQ10, turmeric and different things. And he’s like, “You can try these things and go and practice and let’s see.” And I’m like, “Okay.” So, we went with my husband and three months later I got pregnant naturally.

Aimee Raupp:

Great.

Veronica:

After that I-

Aimee Raupp:

And you carried that to term?

Veronica:

No.

Aimee Raupp:

Oh.

Veronica:

20 weeks later.

Aimee Raupp:

Fuck me. I’m sorry.

Veronica:

Yeah. I was 20 weeks pregnant and actually the anatomy test was, everything was fine. There was no problem. And 21 or 22, I started I had to go to labor. Right? Because it was a baby already. Yeah. It was really traumatizing.

Aimee Raupp:

Sorry. Especially on all the heels of what’s going on here in the US. Are you in the US or no?

Veronica:

Yes, yes.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah, ugh.

Veronica:

Yes. Yes, and the second one, because I had two miscarriages, the second one was more like related to what you put in on your post.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah, so similar.

Veronica:

Well, the first one, they did a lot of tests, everything. The only thing that I had the MTFHR 6, 7, 7. But they couldn’t find out what else I had that it was a problem.

Aimee Raupp:

And did you do a genetic analysis on the baby? Was the baby healthy?

Veronica:

Yes, yes. And they did everything and they said that there was an infection, but the doctor said that maybe it was an infection that when he went through the vagina, right? That kind of infection, but it was nothing in the Cordone. Everything was fine. Everything. I flew to Peru and I did because I’m from Peru. I did all the tests that I needed to do and everything was fine. So the only thing that MTFHR, but they did the thrombophilia, they did everything.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah, they did everything. Okay.

Veronica:

The only thing that the doctor said it was, “Well, it was bad luck. I’m sorry. It was bad luck.” I’m like, “Okay.” Two years later in 2020, I started going to acupuncturist and doing all my vitamins and doing different things. I didn’t want to do IVF. Two years later I got pregnant. And the baby was… It was six weeks and it was the trisomic 16 thing.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. Okay.

Veronica:

Yes. So the problem with that baby is that the doctor said, “You know what? I don’t want you to go through a miscarriage.” Like, “Take your pill, take a pill and go do that. I’m going to do a D&C for you. And I want to see what happen.” And with that, with the D&C, they were able to see-

Aimee Raupp:

Right.

Veronica:

… What was the problem.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Veronica:

But the problem with that, the reason why it was so traumatic is because I went to a D&C and they found a heartbeat, so they stopped the D&C, and that was with anesthesia. They found the heartbeat and then with the heartbeat, but they said that the baby’s not growing. So you have to wait. So I wait, week back week going through the doctor and finally two weeks later, the heartbeat, of course, because of the trisomic, they already knew that the baby was not going to go through.

Veronica:

So, with that said, I went to the doctor and they’re like, “You know what? We have to do IVF. By this time you’re 40. We have to figure out something.” And I’m like, “I’m not ready. I don’t know.” And I took a year off. I’m trying to figure out what I wanted to do.

Aimee Raupp:

And then it was the pandemic, right? You were-

Veronica:

Exactly.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. Okay.

Veronica:

And then I went back and then last year, starting at July, I’m like, “Okay, I’m ready to do, let’s do IUI, IVF, whatever.” So we tried doing IVF. I didn’t respond good to medicine. The follicles were not growing. They did mini IVF as well. Of course, I consult with five different doctors and they are like, “Donor egg, donor egg, donor egg,” because of my age, because of the miscarriage, just because of different things. In Peru, in Argentina, here. They want to give me an opportunity. The only doctor that give me opportunities is because I pressure him, but he’s like, “By this time you’re already…” I’m already 42 right now. But they’re like, “At 41, by this time, we go through your AMH.” The FHS is good.

Aimee Raupp:

And what about Antral Follicle count? Do you have good-

Veronica:

No. It’s really low.

Aimee Raupp:

It’s low, okay.

Veronica:

I started with five. I started with seven.

Aimee Raupp:

That’s not so bad.

Veronica:

7 one was day. But the problem with me is that it doesn’t grow. It goes down.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Veronica:

So I started with 5 and then-

Aimee Raupp:

So, there’s estrogen? Do you have low estrogen? Do you know?

Veronica:

Yes.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah.

Veronica:

At the beginning, it was 20, it was 50. But then the first time that I did it, the FSH was really high. The first month that I wanted to do IVF, it was the FSH in 15. And he’s like, “No, I want it less than 10.” But I started taking wheat grass on different things with my acupuncturist. We went to 12 and they’re like, “No, I wanted 10.” So the next month I was-

Aimee Raupp:

Broccoli sprouts, by the way. Broccoli sprouts, I got a girl’s FSH down. She did two months of broccoli sprouts every day. And she kept updating me. And her FSH was like at eight this time, it was amazing.

Veronica:

Oh, wow. So, it’s good to know. But now FSH is said it was a 9.6 and he’s like, “Okay, we’re ready.” But the estrogen was not going up. With all the medicine that I had, the estrogen was not going up.

Aimee Raupp:

So it’s an absorption thing with estrogen, I think. Okay. Yeah.

Veronica:

We tried Menopure, we tried Gonal-F, we try… What else we try? I think that those two and they were mixing different things. Then we did IUIs. We did three IUIs because they’re like, “Okay, you’re not good for the AFC, let’s do IUIs.” The IUIs, everything looked fine because the sperm looked really good. Everything was fine, but I was not pregnant for three IUIs.

Aimee Raupp:

And lining looked good. [crosstalk 00:12:18].

Veronica:

Lining looked good. Three dimensional-

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah, trilaminar. Yeah, okay.

Veronica:

Exactly. Everything. And the thing was the IUI. They wanted to do it because I have always a lead follicle. A lead follicle that it was going to-

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. It’s almost better. And we know you can get pregnant. We also know, I mean, obviously the last pregnancy was a trisomy, but the previous one, you had a healthy baby in there.

Veronica:

Exactly.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. And then, okay, so where are we now?

Veronica:

So I changed the doctors. Starting in October, I tried a couple of things because there was a really good doctor here in Miami because I’m in Miami.

Aimee Raupp:

You’re in Miami. Okay.

Veronica:

Yes. So she’s the one that did IUIs because the other doctor was like, “I don’t even want to IVFs anymore with you because you’re spending your money for nothing.” And I’m like, “No, but I want to try.” He didn’t even want to, so I switched to this lady that she’s really good, but the thing is like, I don’t feel like it was personalized. I don’t know. I didn’t feel like it was good for me. And the last one, actually I had really a bad time with a nurse. She’s like, “Oh honey. But you have these numbers. You should not be doing this. You’re never going to get pregnant with IVF. Or you should do something else or you should not have a baby. You should adopt.” So things like that, like really bad. So, by this time, two, three months ago-

Aimee Raupp:

Talk about violating rights there. Like, “Yeah, no, hello, no, stay out of my business.”

Veronica:

It was a really bad situation. Especially with the money as well. They didn’t want to return the money. They did only aid ultrasounds. It was bad. So I’m like, “You know what? I’m, I feel like I’m not comfortable. I’m going to stop doing everything.” So I stopped treatments and I’m doing now, I’m going to an acupuncturist right now. And that’s the only thing that I’m doing. I’m taking all my vitamins. I can tell you what vitamins I’m taking. The only thing that I can see, because the acupuncturist is doing blood work every single month to see my hormones.

Aimee Raupp:

Oh, that’s nice.

Veronica:

Yes. And she’s really good. But the only thing-

Aimee Raupp:

Who is it you’re seeing?

Veronica:

She’s Ivelisse DeJongh here in Miami. I can send you her information.

Aimee Raupp:

Yes. On the back end, send me her information because I always love to have practitioners.

Veronica:

Yes. And she’s a specialist in fertility. So, but the only thing that I can see that it doesn’t go up and that’s one of my questions is vitamin A. And I don’t know why because I’m taking beef liver that you that you recommend.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. So what’s your digestion like? Do you poop every day?

Veronica:

Yes.

Aimee Raupp:

But is it one solid piece or piecey? More constipated? More loose?

Veronica:

No, a solid piece.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Veronica:

Good. Yes.

Aimee Raupp:

Any issues with… Oh, go ahead. Sorry.

Veronica:

I have digestive issues. I just took a GI map and I saw that I have the zonulin.

Aimee Raupp:

Zonulin. Yeah, zonulin.

Veronica:

Yeah, leaky gut. Leaky gut. My IGA, that is the gluten, right? Is a little bit high, even though I don’t do gluten at home. Sometimes when I go out, I have a piece of pizza or something like that, but I don’t do it as much. I have your book. I started doing different things. I didn’t do it really strict.

Aimee Raupp:

High Quality Diet, that book?

Veronica:

Yes. I have both. Yes, You Can Get Pregnant and the Quality Diet. But I don’t know.

Aimee Raupp:

What are your periods like? Are they regular?

Veronica:

Yeah. They’re regular.

Aimee Raupp:

And you have a good ovulation. Do you track ovulation right now? Or are you using anything to track it?

Veronica:

Yes. I think I’m using the Clear Blue and I’m using the little things.

Aimee Raupp:

And then, so you do you see good cervical mucus and you see a surge every month?

Veronica:

The surge is going up, but it doesn’t go more than 1.0 or something like that because I have the Amazon ones that they have. They bring you 40 little strips and then they have the clear view that it has the flashing smiley face.

Aimee Raupp:

And do you get the flashing smiley face, though?

Veronica:

Yes, the flashing and the regular one. And the temperature. I go by more with temperature. That’s why the acupuncturist saw me and the temperature [crosstalk 00:16:30].

Aimee Raupp:

You need to be showing you have a… Okay, and then does your luteal phase, do you stay up?

Veronica:

Yes.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. Okay.

Veronica:

Lately because I am doing a project state with the design for health. I’m doing that.

Aimee Raupp:

[crosstalk 00:16:40]. Right, okay.

Veronica:

Yes.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. And then cervical mucus, you see good cervical mucus?

Veronica:

Yes. Well, I don’t check on that because I don’t even know how that works.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. It should be around ovulation. Just when you’re wiping, you see what looks like raw egg whites. Do you feel any cramping or anything around ovulation?

Veronica:

No. Last couple of months there was a little bit of cramping, and I can see that it was in between. And sometimes the thing is that last month was on day 23 and this month was on day 14. So, it just changes a little bit.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay, it jumps around a little bit. Okay.

Veronica:

But we’ve been doing also lower laser therapy with the acupuncturist that I saw that you have also a video on it.

Aimee Raupp:

The lasers with Lauren Brown.

Veronica:

Yes, yes. Yes.

Aimee Raupp:

Oh, so she has a laser too. That’s great. The cold laser?

Veronica:

Yes.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Veronica:

She got it. I did that for a couple of months, but I just stopped because it was really expensive and we were trying to do it… She’s like, “I prefer your body works better with acupuncturist more than just lower laser.”

Aimee Raupp:

And then what are your cycles like? Do you bleed a decent amount or is it light flow?

Veronica:

It’s a light flow.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. And it’s always been that way?

Veronica:

No.

Aimee Raupp:

No. It used to be heavier. Okay.

Veronica:

A little bit more. Yeah.

Aimee Raupp:

Any clots or cramping with your period?

Veronica:

No, no cramping at all. When I changed the way that I eat and everything because of the digestive issues and because of your book and different things that the doctors, I went with a fertility coach as well, and she changed my way too of eating. It’s much better.

Aimee Raupp:

And then are you taking any digestive enzymes?

Veronica:

Yes. Digestive enzyme, I’m taking apple cider vinegar because I have reflux. I can tell you what I’m taking in the morning if you want.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah, go ahead.

Veronica:

In the morning, I’m taking probiotics and then I’m taking Omega-3, the pro Nordic. Nordic. I’m taking a CoQ10. I’m taking vitamin D because it’s at 65. 60s.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. That’s a good amount. Okay.

Veronica:

Yeah. And then I’m taking, well, Chinese herbs that she gave me.

Aimee Raupp:

Good, good.

Veronica:

That’s in the morning. At night. And in the afternoon I’m taking vitamin B, complex B for the MTFHR. And I’m taking CoQ10 as well. Resperidal sometimes. And at night I’m taking magnesium.

Aimee Raupp:

And you said you’re taking the liver though, too, right?

Veronica:

And the liver, yeah, but I was taking two pills and I don’t know if that’s the problem because it says six pills.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah, I would go up to three just because you sound blood deficient to me. I would do three per day. And then make sure with the fish oil that you’re hitting like 2,000 to 3,000 milligrams a day with the omega. And then are you on a prenatal or anything like that?

Veronica:

No. No. The vitamin A six months ago was 35 and now it’s 38. So it went up three points in six months. For the beef liver and I was so disappointed. I’m like, “I thought that vitamin A was going to help.”

Aimee Raupp:

You could also switch your omega to Cod liver oil instead of the Nordic naturals because Cod liver oil has A and D naturally occurring in it. And then you could probably drop your vitamin D. So let’s write that. Switch to Cod liver and take, it’s like eight capsules or a full syringe basically is the liquid. I like the green pastures and your thyroid’s been checked and everything’s fine there?

Veronica:

The problem with the thyroid is that the TSH is always on the low side, but on the 0.4, 0.3, 0.5.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. Okay.

Veronica:

Last time [crosstalk 00:20:19] we do it every month also with acupuncturist because she’s looking and I’m with an endocrinologist too. And she saw that it was in 0.7 and we celebrate that. And the month before 0.9. So the CSH is going a little bit up. The rest, all the rest is fine. Even reverse, T3, everything.

Aimee Raupp:

And no antibodies.

Veronica:

No.

Aimee Raupp:

I’m assuming she’s checked them. Okay. Let’s think. So diet wise you’re pretty much like… You haven’t followed the egg quality diet to a tea, but you’re eating that way as far as no gluten, no dairy, no soy, just eating protein, veg, fat. Okay, okay. And how long have you been doing that?

Veronica:

The problem with that is I was really, really strict on 2019, I think, for six months until 2020. And then I got pregnant. I got pregnant in 2020. And then I’ve been doing it, but I’ve been doing it having a cheat day once a week. So, I don’t know if that’s the problem.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. I think that’s called living. That’s okay. I think that’s called living. The other thing I would think about is, because you’re not on a prenatal, which I think is okay, but maybe adding in the Spirulina or… That’s what I use instead of a prenatal sometimes. It depends on the case. You’ll see that and yes, you can get pregnant. I don’t mention a prenatal because there was no good ones out back then when I wrote that book.

Veronica:

I was on the prenatal, the pure solution. No, Pure Encapsulations. But the thing is, because I have so many supplements, I decided to take that one, but I don’t know if that’s a problem or not, but I’m just-

Aimee Raupp:

Well, as long as you’re getting… So, you’re methylfolate, especially if you have one copy, you should get around 1500 micrograms of methylfolate every day. So if you’re getting that, but then I would add in the Spirulina, the Nutrex one. There’s some on my site under the recommended supplements, go there. And then the vitamin A and the D, which is really important, but you can get that from the cod liver oil, you’re taking the liver. So, I think all those things are great. And then the diet, right? So that it’s really loaded with antioxidants.

Aimee Raupp:

The one thing I think about with the absorption issue, like say that is it, if vitamin A being low. You’re on enzymes. Maybe when you run out of what you’re on, take the wobenzyme. That’s the one that I really like, the W-O-B-N-Z-Y-M. And then because it’s about building your blood, but it sounds to me like, and she’s got you on the herb, so she’s probably doing that. And then the diet. So I feel like it’s about absorption because if the estrogen just stayed low, it’s almost like you’re not taking in everything. And so it’s improving absorption and then that should kick things into gear.

Veronica:

The problem with this is I’ve been two or three months trying to… Having balance with my hormones because the month after treatment, the two months after treatment, my estrogen was in 180, 190. It was crazy. So she lowered it down. But now it’s like on the fifties. I think that last time was in the 30s.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. Yeah, that’s low.

Veronica:

[crosstalk 00:23:18] Feel one or not because it’s just been like… But it’s the treatment, I think. I was not doing good with medicines. I don’t know what you think about me doing treatments or can I do it like naturally or something?

Aimee Raupp:

I feel like you have proven yourself in the sense that you can get pregnant. So, why not continue this way, but maybe then have a game plan of… The other thing to consider too. And I do a lot of work with Dr. Murphy up here in New York, but he does that ovarian PRP.

Veronica:

I saw.

Aimee Raupp:

That’s another thing to consider and finding if you were to go do fertility treatments, again, finding someone who would work with you, even with your numbers. I mean, I know he would, you know what I mean? But there’s got to be someone else down there too, if you will. But so maybe for you to have like a timeline of like, “Okay,” and almost list out, “Okay, these are my options. This feels right to me right now. I’m going to continue this path.”

Veronica:

Yeah.

Aimee Raupp:

And then especially too, if you have any of the kinks or the red flags in your system, like in the high quality diet. So, work on those, you’ll see that stuff start to improve. I mean, she is testing your hormones. I think that’s great. Because then you can really see what your cycle’s doing. Making sure too that your husband is following a lot of the recommendations because even if sperm is healthy, it could always be better. So, and that kind of thing of just tuning in here of like, “Does this feel good right now? Does this feel good to me? Does this feel like enough?” And then trusting that if there’s something more I need to do… But I do think you could go about it naturally. And maybe at some point you think about like, “Oh, maybe I’m going to try the PRP, the ovarian PRP. I’m going to introduce that.”

Veronica:

Yeah, yeah.

Aimee Raupp:

“And then maybe I’ll try one or two retrievals,” with the right doctor. So almost just list out, like, “What am I still willing to do?” And even if that’s donor or if that’s… You know what I mean? All those things. I still think you have time for that. Honestly, I know you’ve already been at it for several years and I’m sure you feel like, “I’m getting older and time is going on,” and all those things, but you’re doing a lot. And you’re trying new things.

Aimee Raupp:

So I would almost just say, okay, like, “I’m going to give it, maybe it’s six months,” and then I’m going to, “Okay. What’s the next thing I would be comfortable doing?” And almost list them out for yourself.

Veronica:

Yeah, yeah. That’s a good, yeah. That’s a good advice. Thank you so much.

Aimee Raupp:

Oh, you’re welcome. But just with the fish oil, make sure it’s at least 2,000 milligrams, like I said, the syringe. And I would switch to the cod liver oil, do the liver, and as much as you can maybe for a week or two track your macros, you could use My Fitness Pal and really see that you’re getting that-

Veronica:

The percentage.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. The percentage is right. Really get that down. Because I get it too of once you kind of have an idea of the diet and what works for you, it’s like, you can kind of cruise, but making sure you’re not going too long. Because that’s the estrogen deficiency and that also… Is your BMI low?

Veronica:

My issue is the protein to get to that percentage.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. It’s hard. It’s like you really have to focus on it. I add the collagen peptides to things, it’s like I really have to plan out my day and there are days where it just goes to shit. And that happens too. So it’s like there’s days where I only get four servings of vegetables and 70 grams of protein. But if I can keep that to one, max two days a week, you know what I mean? So that’s almost where you can support yourself that way. And then also, what’s your BMI. Do you know what your BMI is?

Veronica:

24? 23?

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. Okay. Som that’s okay.

Veronica:

Yeah, yeah.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. Yeah. I mean, I would just keep doing all the things you’re doing, but I think mentally have kind of a game plan there.

Veronica:

Yeah. And mentally it’s like to be kind of… I’m relieved that I, at least I tried. And that the treatment side, and I’m relieved that I stopped doing it because it’s mentally and it’s exhausted and it’s emotionally exhausted. And it’s just a matter of right now, I don’t know if I’m a hundred percent surrender, but I’m on my way there. I try everything.

Aimee Raupp:

That’s it. And have women with your numbers, at your age, had healthy children? They have. So just remember that too, you know what I mean? You’re ovulating, you’re menstruating. So the possibility is there for certain. And I do think it becomes more about like, “Okay, I’m going to find the best like diet and lifestyle that supports me so I feel my healthiest,” and then trusting that what’s next for me to bring this child through will show up if there’s something more I need to do.

Veronica:

Exactly. Yes. Well, thank you so much, Aimee.

Aimee Raupp:

You’re welcome.

Veronica:

I will switch the liver and the-

Aimee Raupp:

Yes. Yeah. Do that. And then, yeah, and I think really focus on the liver support soup that I have in the egg quality diet, that would be… Yeah. [crosstalk 00:27:56].

Veronica:

It’s, yeah, it’s really good.

Aimee Raupp:

I love it. I know. I love it. Okay, okay. So we’ll keep us posted and thank you so much for sharing your story, okay?

Veronica:

Thank you so much.

Aimee Raupp:

You’re welcome.

Veronica:

Thank you Aimee, thank you.

Aimee Raupp:

You’re welcome.

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