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Fertility Hot Seat: 43 & preparing for FET! {FREE FERTILITY ADVICE}

If your first thought is, “What’s a Fertility Hot Seat?!” Then let me tell you!

I go live every other Monday on Instagram and YOU have the opportunity to join me live to get my take on your case. I set a timer for 15 minutes, you ask your question/s and I give you my answers.

Whether you’re chosen to go live with me or not you’ll learn from these lives twice a month.

If you’ve ever thought about coaching with me or my team but weren’t sure if it would be a good fit this would be a great opportunity to test it out!

Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that I am not a medical doctor. I have been a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine for over 17 years and I will be speaking from my clinical experience helping thousands of women conceive. The office of Aimee E. Raupp, M.S., L.Ac and Aimee Raupp Wellness & Fertility Centers and all personnel associated with the practice do not use social media to convey medical advice. This video will be posted to Aimee’s channels to educate and inspire others on the fertility journey.

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Aimee Raupp:

Hello. It's that time, we're going to do another fertility hot seat. I'll let you all start to come on, and you know how it goes, right? You're going to request to join me live. Whoever wants a free 15 minute consult with me, based on my almost 20 years of… what have I been doing for 20 years? Of my clinical experience for 20 years, based on my best selling books that are up there behind me. I will give you advice, it is not medical advice. It is advice based on my clinical experience, and based on what I've learned, working with women all over the world for the last 18 years on what they can do to get and stay pregnant. What I have learned in writing my books, I will give you advice on your case.

So what you have to do here is request to join me live, and then I will choose one of you at random, and we will get into it. So I'm going to let you guys start rolling on. You just have to hit that plus button down at the bottom, you see that little video camera with a plus sign in the middle. You're going to hit that. And you're going to say, “I'm going to join Aimee live.” And I'll bring you on and we will get to this.

I've been doing these for quite some time now, and they are a huge hit with so many women in the trying to conceive community, and also so many practitioners. I get feedback from a lot of practitioners that they absolutely love watching me do this, because it helps them in their diagnosis and their support of their clients. And to understand what's going on, in the current world of fertility, the latest in research, on nutrition and supplements.

And, of course, the women in the trying to conceive community really love watching, because they learn so much about themselves by hearing other women's cases. And you'll see, too, there's a lot of redundancy in what I recommend, a lot of coming back home to ourselves. And how are you nourishing yourself? What are you doing to best support yourself? What tests have your doctors done for you or have not? And how to best navigate this timeframe? Because no matter where you are in the path, when you want something and it isn't happening for you, it's really freaking annoying.

So I see some of you have come on and asked to join me live. So I'm going to go in and check and see. I'll give everybody else, I don't know, 30 more seconds. If anybody else wants to come in and be in the applicant pool of who's going to get picked to join me live today, and come on and get my non-medical, but very clinical advice on your fertility case. So let's see. All right. Okay. I'm going to go with Michelle. Let's see. Well, at least I think you are. You were top of the request list. I did it. I chose you. How are you?

Michelle:

Oh, my God. I'm so not ready. Hold on really quick. I can't believe it. Sorry, one second-

Aimee Raupp:

Everybody always says that.

Michelle:

I have my keys.

Aimee Raupp:

… but you asked. I mean, you might as well expect to be chosen, huh?

Michelle:

I will, but-

Aimee Raupp:

Someone's asking, do I do these every week? No, I do them every other Monday at this time. And, hi, nice to meet you.

Michelle:

Thank you.

Aimee Raupp:

You're welcome.

Michelle:

Nice to meet you. I'm going to my car, because I was at my desk.

Aimee Raupp:

Get some place safe and comfortable. Yeah, exactly. Get some place where we can chat and you feel comfortable doing that.

Michelle:

Just a second, but that's only because I'm moving from one wifi to the next. Can you hear me?

Aimee Raupp:

All right, there you are. Okay. Yeah, you cut out for a second, but now here you are. I think you were going from wifi to cellular data probably, and I lost you for a second. Oh, no, you're a little frozen. Let's see. I lost her again. Oh, okay. Let's give her another… I don't know, 30 seconds to come back on. Is she frozen for everyone else or just for me? Anyone want to comment? Oh, now we lost her, but maybe she'll come back in. Hopefully, she'll come back in. Michelle, if you're still watching, I'll give you… yeah, give her a sec. You're so cute. Thank you, Kiki.

Aimee Raupp:

Michelle, just request to join me live again. Let's see that she comes back in. I know, I lost her. Everyone else, okay, good, I lost her. You guys are so cute. I might give her one more second and then if not, I'm going to go back into the pool of people who requested and choose somebody else. But let's see, she's going to pop back on. I know. I agree. Let's give her a sec. She's back. Okay, she's back. There we go. Let's do this.

Aimee Raupp:

You're back. I think you are. What's going on?

Michelle:

Sorry.

Aimee Raupp:

I can hear you, but it's so funny, I don't see you. There you are.

Michelle:

Can you hear me now?

Aimee Raupp:

It's okay.

Michelle:

Oh, okay.

Aimee Raupp:

Now, I see you and I hear you.

Michelle:

Sorry, I had to move from my desk at work and so I was like, “Obviously, I don't want everybody to know my business.” So I had to go from one wifi to the next.

Michelle:

So yay. Oh my God, I'm so excited to finally speak to you in person. I'm 43. I have a 19-year-old, and I have blocked tubes. Apparently they've been blocked for a really long time, but I didn't really know, because I've never really tried to conceive until three years ago. I did a session with Heather, Friday.

Aimee Raupp:

Oh, my love. Okay.

Michelle:

I know. And then we got disconnected towards the end, so we haven't been able to connect. But we emailed one another. So she may be on this one, and she may be able to see.

Aimee Raupp:

Wait, and I have your case sitting right in front of me, because she sent me everything. 43, FSHA 0.3, AMH is beautiful, 2.6.

Michelle:

I was able to reach… yes.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. You do [crosstalk 00:06:48]-

Michelle:

Some blood work.

Aimee Raupp:

With Dr. Merhi. Okay. Low levels-

Michelle:

All because of you. All because of you. Honestly, I've been following you for a year. I did the reboot program. I also have done four rounds of IVF. Two of them were from a local… I live in LA, so it's a little difficult to get back and forth to Dr. Merhi's office, just due to the flight craziness these days. And then obviously the pricing, you know?

Aimee Raupp:

Yes.

Michelle:

So I did a mini IVF, we have one embryo. Apparently-

Aimee Raupp:

I saw that.

Michelle:

… it's a low level mosaic, but we're still going to, I guess, continue with going through. So after my call with Heather, I realized that I probably have a low progesterone. I kind of self-diagnosed myself pretty much.

Aimee Raupp:

Why do you say that?

Michelle:

Because I have night sweats, she had mentioned that night sweats tend to… and then spotting before my period, like, four days before/// it was just after our conversation, I was like, “Did my night sweats start because of the medication that I was on? Or did they start before?” And then I was talking with my husband afterwards and I was like, “Remember I woke up one day and I was like, “I'm so hot.” And I was like, “I don't know why.” It was one night after the next, so I don't know if it was during that time or before my period. I've just been noticing in the last year and a half that I've had night sweats.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. Leading up to your period.

Michelle:

Leading up to my period.

Aimee Raupp:

Sometimes a fast drop in your estrogen. When people are like, “Oh, it's low estrogen or low progesterone,” It's usually more that they're out of balance with each other than ones too low or too high, because it's the ratio of those together is what's really important. And so sometimes night sweats right before a period can be totally normal. In Chinese medicine we say, “It's a sign of a little bit of heat.” The spotting we'd want to look into, I know we had talked about … because Heather and I briefly talked about you, and then she sent me… I have all your notes right here. So I owe her a recording follow up on them, that's how we do it sometimes. And she likes my recordings because she can listen to them over and over again. So all my coaches are different. But one thing-

Michelle:

I've watched so many of your videos and then on YouTube. I've noticed a significant change in my skin since the reboot. I still do your Liver Support Soup, either with beef broth or with chicken broth. And I order it from the same place you recommend, and then my local market, it's called Lazy Acres, which is almost a Whole Foods, has the same brand, and it's frozen. So I'm like-

Aimee Raupp:

Oh, the Flavor Chef.

Michelle:

… “Oh, my God.” Yeah.

Aimee Raupp:

But you're in California. It's a great brand. So tell me this, because the one thing that I know Heather had brought up was the cost for you to get monitoring was so expensive too.

Michelle:

Oh, it's outrageous. It's outrageous. So-

Aimee Raupp:

Because the one thing I told her was to look into either the Oova or the Mira, which are both costs as well. The Oova is about a $100 a month and the Mira is a little bit more of an upfront cost, because you buy their little device, but then the sticks. So they're not just ovulation predictors, the Oova tests LH and progesterone, which would be nice for you. So you see your LH surging, so you see ovulation. I mean, obviously, if the tubes are blocked, that's another layer that we have to-

Michelle:

Well, they didn't give me a full diagnosis. They said, “They were partially blocked though,” whether it's my right or my left, I didn't really thoroughly get an analysis. We just completely jumped to IVF because I have partial blockage. And so I never did an IUI. We tried naturally for about a year and a half. I know that prior to us getting married… We've been together nine years, but we got married and I feel like the wedding kind of stressed me out entirely. It was year of planning, but, also, it was my daughter's senior year. It was, I had surgery on my knee, because I tore my meniscus thinking I could do CrossFit. And I probably should not have been doing… I wasn't looked at and doing it the right way, and I have never injured myself ever.

Michelle:

And then, obviously, I tore my meniscus, so we had surgery. So it was all that year. We moved twice in one year, it was a headache and a half. We also got married, and that planning of the wedding was, I loved my wedding and everybody tells me till today it was the most awesome wedding ever. But it stressed me out, just because my family couldn't afford a lot of things. And so I was up fronting a lot of the bills. And so it was just a lot. Everybody's like, “I want to do this and I want to do that.” I was like, “If you guys are paying for it-

Aimee Raupp:

By all means.

Michelle:

… by all means, but I'm the one doing this.” So it was just really stressful for me. And then-

Aimee Raupp:

That was a year ago or how long ago was that now? How many years ago?

Michelle:

We got married in November of 2019. And then we didn't get to go on a honeymoon, because we shut down in 2020. And then just trying to pull a teenage, Miss Independent home. It's easier to keep a younger kid home, but it was so hard to keep an 18-year-old at home.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah, I can't-

Michelle:

So it was super challenging for her and me bumping heads all the time, but we were able to get through it. And I consider myself very blessed that my husband or I did not lose our job. So therefore we were not in that much of a hardship. But I made moving and doing all of these things, I was just… And I felt I was extremely stressed out in 2019 that when we were trying in 2020, I probably never gave my body a rest.

Michelle:

And then we moved kind of further away from my job and all my friends. I have lived next to nine of my girlfriends for about my whole life. And then we moved further away, and it's 45 minutes away, but everything's all relative in LA. So 45 minutes at midnight, it's great, but not during the day, it's a little harder to get to.

Aimee Raupp:

Two hours.

Michelle:

So I felt really isolated. I was working from home. I hated working from home. And then families were fighting. So I just felt like I was really stressed out. So we were trying. And I was just really in… you know? And then just so many people around me were getting pregnant. My husband is younger than me. My husband is a triplet. And a natural born triplet.

Aimee Raupp:

Wow.

Michelle:

And his identical brother now has two kids. And I think he just turned 37. So we're wanting a baby. He doesn't have a baby. He has no idea what it's to have a child. So I want to do it. I mean, ultimately, we don't want triplets, but I mean, if it's God's plan. So I'm working with Dr. Merhi. It's been challenging, just due to the fact that I don't live in that state. And so we're in a three hour delay-

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. That's hard. I know-

Michelle:

… in communications.

Aimee Raupp:

… Merhi has been using the Mira. So I'll have Heather send you information on it, but check it out. It's mira.com for all you guys too. It's at home. And what's nice about, I like the Oova a lot too, Mira does also do estrogen, which is nice too. So you get estrogen, LH, and progesterone. And so Merhi has had a couple clients where the monitoring is super difficult, so he's using that data. He either uses the Oova or the Mira depending on where they are. And it's a lot less expensive than $900. You wouldn't even spend that for three months, maybe four months of these testing at home where you could get a lot of details.

Aimee Raupp:

And it's nice for us, especially if you continue to coach with us, maybe you did one session with Heather, but that we can kind of really look at the data. And then I would think about, if you're partially blocked, then, of course, continuing with the diet and the protocol that laid out in the fertility reboot also in the egg quality diet. But getting acupuncture, if you can get… Also, since you are working with my team, we can also get your… And you're on herbs here, Evergreen phases, 1, 2, 3, took those for almost two years.

Michelle:

Well, I don't take those-

Aimee Raupp:

Anymore.

Michelle:

I was taking when we were trying naturally, and then I stopped taking them, because I really wasn't under any type of supervision, so I really didn't know… I was reading about them and it's like, “Don't take this at this time. Don't take this…” I was like, “I don't even know if I'm doing it right.”

Aimee Raupp:

I don't any of the online herbs. You really need to see an herbalist and get a proper diagnosis and a proper formula. And we could do that. But I would think about things of, you could do the castor oil packs, you could do the gua sha just to open things up. We could find a Mayan massage therapist, even if it was once a month. But that stuff's not going to hurt, even if you're doing IVF, because it's improving blood circulation to the ovaries, which will help with quality. We know if we improve blood flow, we're going to improve quality. So to think about it from that perspective. But then also if they're not totally blocked, it might shift things in the direction that this could happen on its own as well.

Michelle:

I know. I'm hoping for that. I, for whatever reason, feel I've gotten a little bit more cervical mucus throughout the diet. So before it was very little-

Aimee Raupp:

That's good. So your skin got better, cervical mucus.

Michelle:

I mean, I didn't-

Aimee Raupp:

What else improved?

Michelle:

…. have a lot of kinks. I didn't have a lot of kinks other than skin irritation and what was it? Night sweats, and then-

Aimee Raupp:

Night sweats [inaudible 00:17:43], strong appetite, stomach ache. Right. Okay.

Michelle:

So I took gluten and dairy completely out of my diet. And I feel so much better. I didn't realize it was causing so much irritation until you take it out for three months, and then you put it back in horrible, horrible feeling. So then now I pretty much follow fish protein. I know that now I was not eating enough protein, when you were a hand fist or whatever full. I was like, “Oh,” I was forced to do it, and then you just feel better. I felt better-

Aimee Raupp:

Good.

Michelle:

… with a higher protein diet, or at least a higher quality meat diet. My husband, for whatever reason, the weight kind of sheds off of him really fast. But to me I'm five, three, so it's kind of hard, I'm a little shorter. But I'm not overweight. I do love to work out. I love to spin. I love to jog, walk.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay, good.

Michelle:

I try to do 10,000 steps every day.

Aimee Raupp:

Good.

Michelle:

We both do it as a we, or sometimes he'll go independently to a gym, because now the gyms are open. But I'm trying to think of other things that I wanted to ask you.

Aimee Raupp:

The aspirin post transfer, and I would even say, if you're trying naturally, because you do have a clotting factor issue or no?

Michelle:

I don't know, but I think she recommended it just because I'm over 40, to talk with Dr. Merhi about the aspirin.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah, he would do that.

Michelle:

So we-

Aimee Raupp:

He would recommend that.

Michelle:

I just did my monitoring to transfer the low level mosaic, because that's all we have is one. I don't have a low ovarian reserve-

Aimee Raupp:

No-

Michelle:

… I usually have about 18 to nine is my lowest, I think I've had, throughout the four times I've done it. It's always been 12, 18, 9, and then out of those, for some whatever reason, I always get six embryos out of the follicles that they retrieved. And then from there they get tested and they come back abnormal. So clearly I didn't know anything about low level mosaic until recently. And then I had two low level and a high level mosaic in October of 2021, and I discarded them. Not knowing what this all meant. So my husband and I've done a bunch of genetic testing ourselves, the $250 one and $250 one. We're both not carriers of the same type of genetic diseases, so that was good. I think what I would to take away from this is, what do I do to help the-

Aimee Raupp:

Quality.

Michelle:

… quality of the embryos? Should I do another egg retrieval? And then what can I do to increase my chances for the transfer to stick?

Aimee Raupp:

I mean, I think about if you finish the egg quality diet, staying in phase three, noticed her skin has improved, hair and nails. I would stay there on the diet. In the lead up to this transfer, which we're considering doing what,, this month?

Michelle:

Well, probably the middle of this month, August. They said-

Aimee Raupp:

So do castor oil-

Michelle:

… around the 13 to 15.

Aimee Raupp:

I would do cast oil packs every single day.

Michelle:

Every day.

Aimee Raupp:

I would get baby aspirin. You can talk to Dr. Merhi about the baby aspirin with the transfer. He's totally going to agree. I see your supplements right here, and I agree with all-

Michelle:

It's everything you recommended,

Aimee Raupp:

Cod liver, liver, Ovasitol, the NAD probiotic, CoQ10, the DHEA, you don't really need to be on. Especially with your AMH, wouldn't even take DHEA personally. The spirulina is good, you're going to alternate that with your prenatal, which Heather's going to tell you to do. And then the vitamin D we just wanted to check on the brand and make sure it was soy free. I'm sure it is.

Michelle:

The vitamin D is the one that you recommended that came in the bag, and it says B12 and vitamin D. I have told so many people, so trying to conceive, you had said, “You should be in a range between 50 and 70,” on one of your other YouTubes that I watched. And I was a 25 and a 28 on two labs. And so I told my previous doctor, I said, “How did you not see this? I should be higher.” She goes, “Well, what are you taking?” I was like, “I'm taking this vitamin D.” And then it was soy based. And I was like, “Well, obviously-“

Aimee Raupp:

There's are [inaudible 00:22:56]-

Michelle:

So it just that one-on-one attention to those specific details, that's one reason why I jumped. And I asked her if I should do a lower protocol, as far as a mini IVF. I was like, “Because I feel the higher stimulation, the less of my quality that I had.” So I had low level and a high level mosaic the first time when I had lower stimulation. And then the next time she jumped it up and you just feel you're a guinea pig, because I was just like, “You want me to go higher on Menopur, and higher [inaudible 00:23:30]?” All these things. So I was just like, “Oh.” I did it, because clearly I'm not the doctor. But all of them were abnormal that time.

Michelle:

So then I said, “You know what? My vitamin D levels are still the same.” That's when I started going, “I'm going to book a session.” I tried booking a acupuncture session in person while I was there, because I extended my visit. But it just didn't work out with one of the other ladies, and clearly I can't afford you. But I got another associate, but it just didn't work out during the timeframe I was there. I was there for a week. The other time I went, the last time I went, I was literally there less than 24 hours. I went in, I did my retrieval, and I literally got on a flight and that day at 2:00 PM and came home. So it was a struggle. I'll probably never do that again. But-

Aimee Raupp:

But can you do acupuncture where you are, in the lead up to transfer, once a week?

Michelle:

Yes. I've seeked out one guy that I really like. And Heather said he does a little more of an intense acupuncture, because he uses a larger gauge and he tends to dig them in. And I was like, “Oh, that's a little painful.” But I was like, “If it works, it works. I'll do it.” But he went to China and he's supposed to be back this past month, but I haven't gotten a hold of him yet. So I was doing him once a week, but then he left to China, and he's supposed to come back. So as soon as I hear back from him, I'm going to make my appointments once a week. Is that what you recommend once a week? Or…

Aimee Raupp:

Yep. That's what I recommend. I'm writing these things in my email back to Heather too. Since you're coaching with Heather or just did your initial, and I still owe her the follow up on your case. I'll let her know that you and I talked and then we can tweak things. But I would stay on the supplements. I would drop the DHEA. Acupuncture once a week, castor oil packs-

Michelle:

Every night.

Aimee Raupp:

… leading up to transfer. If you can do them daily, great. If not five days a week, I think would be really helpful. Stay on the diet. And then-

Michelle:

As far as workout, do you think I should work out just 30 minutes or an hour of a good sweat.

Aimee Raupp:

30 minutes.

Michelle:

30 minutes.

Aimee Raupp:

Five days a week. And once we transfer, I think you keep it at that. Keep it at that, even with transfer. And then we see. We see how things go. Obviously, dreams do come true. You could get pregnant with this baby. It could be a healthy baby, and we take this home. And then if not, then we, I think, consider another retrieval, right? That's where-

Michelle:

Mm-hmm.

Aimee Raupp:

… we go. And then we would just kind of reassess from there. But I wouldn't change much, even if that were the case. It's usually consistency and frequency. And I see that this, and you've heard me say this, the older we get, it's almost the longer amount of time it takes to really have the impact. But we keep those mosaics, we don't get rid of any more of those. And I don't think you need to invest in, no need for Mira or Oova right now, because we're going into this transfer. But that's something to consider if this doesn't take, right?

Michelle:

Yeah. In the future. I mean even going to Beverly Hills, which is so tainted of knowing that, or just that they're so expensive, they were so much cheaper. It was $400 for an outside monitoring. But for whatever reason, right here next to my job, it's so expensive. And the doctor's just so rude. She's like, “I'm just a technician. I'm not a doctor for you.” And I'm like, “Okay. But you're you are a doctor and you are an IVF… You see patients. If I were your patient, is this how you would treat me?” And so it was just the quality of service and the zero empathy and zero compassion that I've received from these outside monitoring clinics. It's mind blowing. I just don't even know how people-

Aimee Raupp:

And does Merhi have any recommendations for you for monitoring out there. I feel he has somebody he knows in LA that-

Michelle:

I don't think I've asked him for outside monitoring yet. But my gynecologist actually does monitoring, it just so happened that he was on vacation. The timing of my last egg retrieval, literally, everything was around… I started my period the Friday of Independence Day-

Aimee Raupp:

In July.

Michelle:

… July 4th. So to monitor on a Saturday or Sunday or a Monday, it was nearly impossible.

Aimee Raupp:

Wow.

Michelle:

A lot of clinics don't open up Saturdays for non-patients. Right. So it was so extremely hard. So I ended up doing it on Tuesday. I don't know if that made any difference, how long these breaks were. And then finally I just said, “You know what, I'm just going to go straight to New York, and do my last monitoring there.” And then I ended up ovulating, not ovulating, but maturing my eggs faster than he had anticipated even with the lower dosage of-

Aimee Raupp:

Meds.

Michelle:

… medication. He just said, “You just never know how your body's going to react.” So I had really big follicles considering they want between 18, 21, 24.

Aimee Raupp:

And they were [inaudible 00:29:02]-

Michelle:

They were all 30s. And so I was just like, “What does that mean? I don't understand, why are they so big?” I didn't hyper or-

Aimee Raupp:

OHSS.

Michelle:

Yeah. I didn't do any of that. So I just felt it was normal, well, at least the ones that I've had in the past. Just-

Aimee Raupp:

Maybe, we think about, let's break this into segments too, of like, okay, let's do this transfer, and your gyno can support you once, post transfer, say we get pregnant. And then if not, I think we go to some of these at home testing and we just go in when absolutely necessary for-

Michelle:

He wants ultrasounds during outside monitoring, it's usually three before egg retrieval, or before he said maybe four ultrasounds before transfer, so that's-

Aimee Raupp:

And maybe your gyno could do those, but let's… Yeah. Okay. Okay. What I'm going to do only because for essence of time too, I have to end on you. I'm sorry.

Michelle:

I know. I know. Thank you. I appreciate your time.

Aimee Raupp:

But I have this email that I owe Heather anyway, she's on my list, literally. This is what I was going to do when I hung with my-

Michelle:

Yeah, we did it-

Aimee Raupp:

… seat today. So you and I are here right now together, which is great. And so I'll send a follow up, and then, obviously, you'll keep us posted because you are coaching with my team on how all things are going down. But I would definitely, just, the acupuncture, the castor oil packs. Keep your supplements the same, stay on the diet, the exercise 30 minutes, five, maybe, to seven days a week, drop the DHEA. And then let's see how this transfer goes and then we kind of reassess from there. Okay?

Michelle:

Okay.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Michelle:

Thank you so much.

Aimee Raupp:

And there is research. I'm going to show you some research on the mosaics, too, because I know you had asked Heather. And I have some research I'll show you. But I've seen a lot of success with transferring of mosaic.

Michelle:

Yeah, she said the same.

Aimee Raupp:

But Dr. Marco, who works with Merhi, has said to me, he's like, “If they implant, there's a very good chance we take them home and they're healthy babies.” So know that too, it's the implantation that is kind of the barrier to entry. And if that happens, then there's, I think, it's 50% chance that we're going to take home healthy baby, which is a high percentage, you know?

Michelle:

Okay.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Michelle:

I mean-

Aimee Raupp:

All right.

Michelle:

… it's all-

Aimee Raupp:

Thank you.

Michelle:

Thank you so much. You guys take care.

Aimee Raupp:

And I'll talk to you soon. Okay.

Michelle:

Okay.

Aimee Raupp:

Thank you. Bye.

Michelle:

Thank you.

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