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Fertility Hot Seat: Next Steps on the Fertility Journey {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.

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Aimee Raupp:

Hello. Hello. How are you all? Let’s let some of you roll on live and I will patiently wait. Hello. Here we go. Hi guys. How are you? It is time for another Fertility Hot Seat. Do you know how it goes down? Let me remind you. You have to request to join me live. And in that you are in the know that you’re going to come on live to my channel, and we’re going to stream to everyone, but you get a free 15 minute fertility consult with me, with my brain, with the woman who wrote those four books up there and has helped thousands of women on their path to motherhood. It is not medical advice. It is based on my clinical experiences. So anything we do discuss, I do recommend that you talk to about with your own healthcare practitioner. But I can and have made major impacts on women’s fertility journeys just by them joining me live here.

So I’m going to let you guys start rolling in and you have to hit that plus button below and request to join me live. And then at random, I’m going to pick one of you to come on the fertility hot seat, and we will break down your case. And I will give you my advice on what your best next steps are forward and how to best support yourself and your body so you can have this baby. So now I’m going to wait. I want a handful of you to request to join. Then I’m going to select one at random, and we’re going to do this.

In the meantime… Okay. You guys have to start hitting the plus button below. Otherwise, I’m just going to go away. I got other things to do. No, I’m kidding.

In the meantime, it is National Fertility Challenge Awareness Week is what I’m calling it. NFCAW and not NIAW. And yeah, have some exciting things in store for you. And you’re going to have to keep an eye out for that. But on Thursday, we’re going to talk all about, on my live, all about why I hate the I word, that big I word that so many of you identify with. And that I’m not going to say right now, because I don’t want to. We have our womb healing circle this evening, but doors are closed for joining that. I apologize. But check it out, it’s a monthly offering that we’re having now, and it’s led by our team psychologist. Incredible. If you guys are local to the Westport, Connecticut, Fairfield county area, tomorrow night, Wednesday night at Rejuvenating Fertility Center, I am hosting a live Q&A with me and the head nurse at RFC. It’s free for RFC members, I mean RFC patients, but $25 for everyone else. And that’s really fun, you can come meet me live and chit chat about stuff, do some guided meditation.

So let’s see. People are rolling on. Let me see. Let me see. Okay. All right, guys, I’m going to do it. So it’s 15 minutes.

Aimee Raupp:

Carrie.

Aimee Raupp:

I’m going to… Let’s see how this goes. Hi.

Speaker 2:

Hello.

Aimee Raupp:

How are you?

Speaker 3:

I’m good. I’m just working from home on a lovely Excel and needed a break.

Aimee Raupp:

And here we are.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Aimee Raupp:

Tell me what’s going on. How can I help?

Speaker 3:

I’ve had an egg retrieval about last July 15th. I had two embryos and when we did the genetic testing, they came back abnormal.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

When they did blood tests, I have gene mutation, the MTFHR, the C variant. And then I’ve done a couple of your workshops, because You Can Get Pregnant. And then, I can’t remember the one that was in January, January 10th.

Aimee Raupp:

The reboot one?

Speaker 3:

Yeah, I did that one also.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

I’ve seen the-

Aimee Raupp:

Not the Yes, You Can Get Pregnant eCourse. You did the, Yes, The Mindset One?

Speaker 3:

Yes.

Aimee Raupp:

Last year.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. I’m calling it Ignite Now. We changed it because it was getting confusing with all the names.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Aimee Raupp:

All the yeses in all my titles. But, okay. And so you did the reboot, then after that, for that retrieval. Are you going to go into another retrieval or are you just trying naturally now or what’s?

Speaker 3:

Well, I’m planning a wedding, so-

Aimee Raupp:

Oh, exciting. Okay.

Speaker 3:

Yeah. So that happens in July. We’ve been trying naturally. Okay. I think the mindset really does help all those classes that I’ve done.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. Okay.

Speaker 3:

And then now I’m working out.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

I’m changing my lifestyle.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

I guess it’s more of… Sorry. I get emotional.

Aimee Raupp:

No. It’s so hard.

Speaker 3:

It’s more of, do I do another egg retrieval after the wedding, or do I just continue to try naturally? There’s all these… Should I try a different doctor when you just do all the things? It gets tiring.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. It’s exhausting. So how many eggs did they… How’s your numbers, if you will. How’s your reserve when you did it last July?

Speaker 3:

I believe it was 0.51.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

Yeah. And then the crazy part is because I love numbers and data. So the first time I did it was 0.29, and then I did it again and it was higher. So-

Aimee Raupp:

It happens all the time.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Aimee Raupp:

Even though we’re told that’s impossible, but it happens all the time.

Speaker 3:

Yeah. And then through my research, I’ve learned, well, that depends on your cycle that month.

Aimee Raupp:

It’s a fertility… that’s what we say. It’s basically the potential for that month. That’s how I would look at it. It’s like your fertile potential for that month. But also, the other side of it is that I’ve seen girls with super low AMH and super high AMH, like non PCOS super high AMH. And there’s research too. It’s not a huge study, but a decent size, I think a couple hundred women. That same age group, same AMH levels… I mean, sorry, varying AMH levels, same fertility outcomes in one year of trying so that we don’t know how much it actually impacts things. But I guess, I guess too, what I’m trying to get at with the question is, do you…

I think there’s a couple ways to look at it. You could do another retrieval and in bank embryos and not use them and then continue to try naturally. So that way you could capitalize on your current state now, if you will. So something like to have as an insurance policy. Obviously, no guarantees, you went through a retrieval and didn’t get anything. But there’s that. Or you give yourself, I do this a lot with my girls, you give yourself a timeline of, “Okay, what if 2022, I’m going to try this whole year. And then if I’m not where I want to be come 2023, we’re going to go back in.”

And then I would recommend… Because how did you feel when you did the reboot? And are you still kind of sticking to that plan if you will, diet wise?

Speaker 3:

I’ve fallen off every now and then. But I’ve created a lot of good healthy habits.

Aimee Raupp:

Good.

Speaker 3:

I’m gluten free.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

I love sweet potatoes now. And beets on my salad and-

Aimee Raupp:

Good. Okay.

Speaker 3:

I’ve just incorporated a lot more vegetables and-

Aimee Raupp:

Good. And what about your health-

Speaker 3:

I feel like I have a good rhythm. Huh?

Aimee Raupp:

How’s your health in general? Do you feel pretty healthy and vital?

Speaker 3:

Oh yes. Yes. I rarely get sick. I feel very healthy overall. My stress levels can be high because I own a business.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

So that’s why I’ve been using working out to help with that.

Aimee Raupp:

Good. Good. Okay.

Speaker 3:

Setting boundaries. Not over committing.

Aimee Raupp:

Good. Healthy. Good. And what about when you did the reboot and I had you fill out the red flag symptom list. Did you have a lot of red flags and now they’re less? Or did you not have a lot?

Speaker 3:

I did.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

I think I had a lot of overall inflammation.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

Like if I eat certain foods, then I can retain water weight really easy. Or like the acne. If I have any dairy, it’s an instant cystic acne.

Aimee Raupp:

And then when you were doing these retrievals in the past, were you on any specific fertility diet or anything? No. Okay.

Speaker 3:

No.

Aimee Raupp:

So do you feel like potentially you’re healthier now than you were then?

Speaker 3:

Oh yeah.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

I definitely feel way healthier.

Aimee Raupp:

And there was never a diagnosis as to why you weren’t getting pregnant, right? No diagnosis.

Speaker 3:

Just the diminished ovarian reserve.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. And how long were you guys trying before you went to IVF?

Speaker 3:

2019 of July. It seems like everything happens in July for me. July.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. So July to July. And then we did the retrieval. And then another July to July, now we’re getting married. Right?

Speaker 3:

Mm-hmm (affirmative).

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. And so it was like a year of trying then went in to retrieval.

Speaker 3:

It was about two years of trying.

Aimee Raupp:

Two years of trying. Okay.

Speaker 3:

Because of the pandemic. I’m in California, so=

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah, everything was shut down.

Speaker 3:

Yeah.

Aimee Raupp:

And what about sperm? How sperm health?

Speaker 3:

He has super sperm, he says.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

And they confirmed it.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. Of course. So it’s all on you. And then your periods are easy, normal, healthy and they come regularly?

Speaker 3:

They come regularly. I do at times have pretty bad cramps to where they make you bend over. I don’t know if… I’ve never been diagnosed with endometriosis.

Aimee Raupp:

Right. But it sounds like it could be, maybe. And what about, do you get any pain with ovulation?

Speaker 3:

Not too bad. I can tell when I’m ovulating.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

And I see the discharge or the mucus. I’m pretty clockwork and pretty normal with my cycle.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. And did you ever do an HSG, the hysterosalpingogram, where they check that your tubes are open?

Speaker 3:

I have not.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. That’s interesting. They didn’t do that before they did an IVF on you?

Speaker 3:

Mm-mm (negative).

Aimee Raupp:

That’s interesting. I would maybe get one of those, your gynecologists could do that. You want to make sure your tubes are open. That could be a part of this. Right?

Another reason I ask though is because typically if I suspect endometriosis and the HSG is painful, makes me think there’s endometriosis. Because endo kind of grows like cobwebs and it can like hold back the tubes or the ovary. That’s why the pain. I would also say though, like if you’re sticking to the egg quality diet and that reboot style plan, the fertility reboot, that you are effectively reducing inflammation, endometriosis is an inflammatory condition. So you’re slowly healing that process.

I would stick to, if you know gluten and dairy or know your body doesn’t like them, as much as you can stick to that. And stick to the plan with the six to eight serving of vegetables and the good quality protein. I would do the higher dose of fish oil, like 3000 milligrams a day of fish oil. Potentially baby aspirin in your luteal phase, you can clear that with your gyno as well. I would get an HSG. I would ask your gyno, I would say, “No one’s ever done this on me,” because a gynecologist can run that, it’s a pretty straightforward test. I would get that done. I would do castor oil packs in your follicular phase. I would just… You do any acupuncture or anything or no?

Speaker 3:

I did. I have an acupuncturist, I haven’t been.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. Yeah. So maybe it’s getting those things back in the mix. And saying, “Okay, I’m going to do all these things on the natural perspective,” and try through the end of the year. I don’t know. How does that feel to you emotionally?

Speaker 3:

I think that feels great. It feels doable.

Aimee Raupp:

And then… Go ahead.

Speaker 3:

I think the idea of another retrieval is like, “Oh, that’s just a lot of shots in my belly.”

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. It’s daunting. And you’ve had trauma. I just had a call earlier today and she just had her best retrieval, after I think five, after doing basically my protocol since September. So she said to me for the first time ever now I can actually entertain another retrieval because I don’t have trauma associated with it. It’s not a good memory for you so I can see that. But I think you also want to think, “Okay, I’m going to cross all my Ts. If I’m going to try naturally, let’s put my best foot forward here and do all these things.”

And then, if we’re not there where we want to be by the end of this year, then let’s consider. And maybe instead of just going right back to the same doctor, perhaps you interview one or two other ones just to see… Maybe the amount of meds they used on you last time was too high of a dose and that could compromised the quality, that kind of thing where you take the driver’s seat instead of just assuming, “Oh, this is the doctor I have to go to.” It’s like, “Okay, I’m going to see if you are the right fit for me,” versus whether or not you’ll treat me.

Speaker 3:

Right. And my partner, Chad, he wants us to try a different doctor too.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

Just because he thought the same thing

Aimee Raupp:

Meds. Yeah.

Speaker 3:

And then what the doctor did tell me is if we did another egg retrieval with him, he’d add a human growth hormone. And if my eggs came back abnormal, he wouldn’t do another round.

Aimee Raupp:

Right? Yeah. I don’t think that’s enough of a change personally. I don’t know the dosing and things like that you were on. But HGH is still… You could even look at ovarian PRP, I think is a little more promising than HGH right now, as far as the research is showing. But yeah, you want your doctor being willing to change things, but I think too for you to say, “Okay, well I’m going to see if there’s somebody else who’s a better fit for me.” And usually with the DOR diagnosis, you’re going to do better with a mini IVF than with a straightforward IVF. And so I would think about that too. And then for you, supplements, are you doing all the things that I talk about in the books or what’s your regimen?

Speaker 3:

I’ve found the Optimal Seeking Health, the prenatal.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. That’s a good one. Okay.

Speaker 3:

A lot of the times vitamins make me feel sick.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. That’s not fun.

Speaker 3:

I’m just sticking with that one right now. And then this B12 vitamin too.

Aimee Raupp:

I would try to get fish oil in. There’s one that I like that is, I always say you get more bang for your buck. It’s Nutrigold is the brand. It’s on my website, but it’s the Nutrigold. They have a double strength and I think they maybe have a triple strength. Sometimes it’s out of stock, but that one, you only need to take three pills a day and you get a very good dose of fish oil. Especially if we suspect endometriosis or any inflammation. I would add that in. I would get your vitamin D levels checked, make sure your D isn’t low, because that really impacts hormones. That really impacts AMH. We know low D is associated with low AMH. Not that 0.5 is low, but I’m just saying, I know how yours jumped around. So it could have been a vitamin D thing.

And what else? The liver pills, if you could do that, if you’re not eating liver. Or you could also make a shake, you could open some of the things up and put them in, if that makes it… It’s not on my site, but I was actually on their site today. This is needed.com. It’s a prenatal, but they have a powder which you might like. And it’s a 30 day supply. It’s thisisneeded.com like T-H-I-S is needed, N-E-E-D-E-D.com, which I know my team’s watching. So I feel like we should put this on the site. But it’s nice because it’s a powder and then you could also open up the liver pills and put that in and get in the habit of a little smoothie action.

Speaker 3:

Okay. In. Okay. I love the Phase Two smoothie.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. There you go. So you could add that to this. I love the Phase Two smoothie too. And the liver pills too, I just pop them open sometimes if I don’t feel… or for my little one, I pop them open into food. And typically if it’s a strong enough mix, especially if you make a smoothie with an avocado, you’re not going to taste them. And this is like 70 bucks for… I mean, it’s not cheap, but 70 bucks for a 30 day supply for this prenatal. That’s not so bad. Especially a powder one.

So I would say prenatal, fish oil, liver, get your vitamin D checked. The diet with the veggies and the protein and the fat. Get the HSG. Put him, even though he is got super sperm, I would have him on the fish oil or a good multi or the spirulina, I like too for men. And then get in the habit of… Have you been doing any of the caster oil packs? Do you ever do those?

Speaker 3:

I haven’t done those. So that’s something I could add.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. And it’s just in your follicular phase, but if you just Google Aimee Raupp and castor oil, it’ll come up. There’s a video and a blog and all the steps. Or you can DM us and we can send you the links. But you have to DM us, I can’t DM you, it’s just the way it works. Do those in the follicular phase. Trying to think what else. If you can get back to acupuncture. And like you said, the exercise, the mindset. And just, “Okay, I have a plan,” a looser plan that maybe that’ll make you feel less like, what am I doing? Am I wasting time? Am I making the right decisions? But then also you want to prep for that if there is a retrieval. I think you should give yourself a three month prep time if you have it. That easily gets us into the fall anyway. So why not to say, “Okay, I’m going to commit to this and then see what happens come the end of the year.”

Speaker 3:

That sounds like a good plan.

Aimee Raupp:

The best laid plans. So does it feel like, I don’t know… Does your heart feel at ease thinking about that?

Speaker 3:

Well, yeah. Just like a timeline for myself, because there’s so much to do in one day, so-

Aimee Raupp:

Well that’s it. And then it’s like amplifying your chances of making that baby. That’s how I would look at it. I just had one client before who was like, “Should I wait till the summer or the fall? And then I’ll go back to the doctor.” And I was like, “No, you’re going to go now. And start.” I was like, “Because I want to hold you accountable because is your dream.” So I think the timeline is smart so that we don’t like lose time. But also that you feel like, okay, I’ve crossed all those Ts. I’ve tried all this stuff and I’ve given it a good six solid months trying naturally, with all these things. And then you’re in the best shape too. If you continue all the lifestyle, diet and supplements, then I think you’re in the best shape to go and have a good cycle.

Speaker 3:

Right. I think so too.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

I think that’s great validation.

Aimee Raupp:

Good. Good. Okay. Do you have any more questions for me right now? You feel better?

Speaker 3:

I think it’s just finding the right doctor and with many IVFs or things like that.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. Search Many IVF clinics near you. Where are you? What part of county are you?

Speaker 3:

I’m in Southern California, in Long County.

Aimee Raupp:

Yeah. So there’s definitely good many IVF clinics there. And I know a lot of people travel to see Dr. Amy, she’s in San Fran, but she works… Who does she work with? Oh, it’s going to escape me. There’s definitely… You could go on her page though too. And ask who do you recommend in the LA area for mini IVF? I bet you, she would answer or someone from her team would. But let me just see mini IVF. Also, my buddy Mark Splar is out there, and he’s in San Diego, but… Oh this is it. Havingbabies.com. That is the website that she sends people to.

Speaker 3:

Okay.

Aimee Raupp:

It’s in Pasadena, does that sound right?

Speaker 3:

Yeah. Oh, that’s not far from me.

Aimee Raupp:

This is their website, but there was this physician. Let me see. Because I was just doing a call with someone who sees Dr. Amy and then was recommended to, I think it’s Diana Chavkin. C-H-A-V-K-I-N. Either way, I think these all look like there’s a lot of doctors here. So that might be a nice start and see. Look at the mini IVF and make a plan in a sense of like, “Okay, this is where we’re going to go. So we’re going to consult with…” We’re going to collect information and just put yourself in the driver’s seat versus letting the doctors dictate it.

Speaker 3:

Right. Okay. Okay. That sounds

Aimee Raupp:

Okay.

Speaker 3:

I don’t have any other questions?

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. Well you can DM us.

Speaker 3:

Yeah. I’ve enjoyed all the different workshops have, because it makes it really simple. If you have a busy life and you can watch the videos later and all day.

Aimee Raupp:

Oh thank you. I appreciate that. Thank you.

Speaker 3:

You’re welcome.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. Well keep us posted and have fun planning the wedding. Have a fun weekend.

Speaker 3:

Okay. All right.

Aimee Raupp:

Okay. We’ll talk to you soon.

Speaker 3:

Okay. Bye.

Aimee Raupp:

Let’s see. I’m going to let her go. Okay.

Hi guys, doctor for Mini IVF in San Diego. I think it’s Jen Next, but I think we do have a resources page on my website. Listen, I think, I believe we’ve been collecting names so you could message my team too info@aimeeraupp, and then we can give you information Andrea and everybody else who’s just watching patiently.

The takeaway for me or that I want all of you to think about from that conversation. I think two things is, don’t forget that this is your body, your time, your money, your resources. And not giving our power away in those situations. And then also that I do think having a timeline makes us feel much more in control in a situation where there’s really not a lot of control.

So to think about, “Okay, what’s my plan?” And be looser instead of like, oh, this could be the month. It’s like, okay, what about if the next six months that could be the month? And then if not, what are my next steps? Or I always like to, half of my calls today were figuring out, not just plan A, but plan B and plan C.

And so that I think creates a sense of ease in at least I know the woman, I work with one on one and that my team works with one on one that we help them develop this plan for themselves. And so for you to think of it like that, because it starts to feel really big and out of control, if it’s just an every month kind of thing, “Well, this could be the month, so I won’t make any plans.”

And it’s like, “Ugh,” that’s a sure far way of putting your life on hold. And so I think if you say, “Okay, this is the fertility plan. And then I can plan these things around that. Because otherwise we really lose ourselves in this journey, and I don’t want that for you. I want you to know who you are and stay in touch with yourself and your life while you are in the process of making this child.

Okay. I’m going to go, I love you guys. Another fun fertility, hot seat. And I’ll see you all on Thursday. We’re going to talk about why I don’t like that big I word. And if you guys are local in the area, come and see me and fertility nurse Jess, that’s her handle on Instagram, at Rejuvenate Fertility center on Wednesday evening in Westport, six to seven.

And Dr. Murphy will be around tpo. And so pop in, say hi, bring some questions. We’ll do a guided meditation, have some tea and some seltzer. I brought some fruit last time and plantain chips. And it was very intimate last time. And I enjoyed that, it was just nice.

Are you recommending mini IVF for low AMH and age above 42?

I’m not really specific on numbers or numbers either AMH or age. It’s more just a lot of girls do better with less meds, even if they have a good AMH and they’re 35. So it really just depends on the case.

Yeah. Okay.

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