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How To Get Healthy and Get Pregnant

Why am I not pregnant yet? How do I chart my body temperature? What foods should I be eating? How do I know if I'm ovulating? When is the best time to do the baby dance? These are all the questions swimming in your head if you're a woman who is trying to get pregnant. And let's face it, the internet is a crowded place for fertility information. It can be overwhelming and confusing. You don't have to sort through all of it on your own. Adrienne Wei, Acupuncturist and Integrative Fertility Guru with a background in Traditional Chinese Medicine, is here to help. Her number one passion is to help women get pregnant and become the mother they are meant to be. Discover why thousands of women on the Trying-To-Conceive journey have turned to Adrienne to learn about her trademarked Practically Fertile™ Methodology.
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Apr 26, 2018

This week is National Infertility Awareness Week.  

I know a lot of organizations are raising awareness this week about this with activities and inspirational stories, and we’re doing the same at the office.  But one thing I refuse to do is to use the word infertility and call this a disease. It’s not a disease.

Just saying infertility makes me cringe because I do not like that word at all.  I avoid it at all cost, like a plague.

Every woman is practically fertile, period.

But infertility has become an identity for so many women.

What you don’t know is that our identify drives the stories that we’re telling ourselves.  An identity is created based on some type of experience that we encounter, and we interpret the experience and ultimately form a belief around the experience.  Then we craft stories based on this belief that become our identify, and our identity fuels our stories. It’s a loop that goes round and round and round.

 

And it is exactly why in this loop, a lot of self sabotage happens.  

 

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Apr 19, 2018

In today’s episode, I interview Sarah Kaminski.  You may remember her from an honor coaching call episode #61.  I coached Sarah on how to recover from her most recent miscarriage.  And most recently when we talked, I’m happy to report that her hormones levels have improved dramatically I’m just so excited for her because I truly feel pregnancy is just around corner for her.

But today, I specifically wanted Sarah to come on the show because Sarah is Certified health coach with a passion for plant-based diet.  And today, we’re going to talk all about plant based diet for those of you who are trying to conceive and are vegetarians.

Although you’ve heard my spiel about animal protein vs. plant based protein in episode #46, I never try to force or persuade anyone to ditch their vegetarians diets because I’m respectful of the reasons why someone might choose not to eat meat, whether it’s ethical reasons or whatever.  

But what I’m finding is that a lot of vegetarians, especially those who are trying to conceive do not balance their meals to optimize fertility.  And since I’m not a plant-based diet expert, I’ve asked Sarah to help me out and talk about how to thrive on a plant based diet.

Don't forget to download Sarah's freebie! 

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#61: Honor Coaching Call: I Help Sarah With Her Pathway to Pregnancy

Apr 12, 2018

Remember the “Now What Series” way back when, I went through the popular conditions and what you can do if you were diagnosed with PCOS, unexplained infertility, endometriosis, High FSH.  But I have talked about this one condition.

There comes a time on every woman’s fertility journey when you start to get discouraged because nothing you’re doing is working.  Many of you will eventually consult a medical doctor, hopefully a Reproductive Endocrinologist. The doctor will run a standard set of bloodwork and do an HSG.  HSG is what’s known as the dye test, or hydrosalpingogram. This procedure is useful to look at the uterus and tubes to see if they’re healthy and connected.  

Many women discover that there are blockages in their tubes after the HSG.  So on one hand, it’s a relief to know that there’s an answer as to why things are not happening.  But on the other hand, it can feel like your fate is sealed...if the tubes aren’t open, how is the sperm going to get through.  

Everyone’s situation is different.  At the end of the day, you have to do what’s best for you.  But today, I want to talk to you about:

  • Common causes of blockages in the fallopian tubes
  • What you can do if you’ve found out that your tubes are blocked.  
  • Should you be moving on to medical procedures in this situation

 

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