The 1st Podcast By Elizabeth Carr
A podcast focused on infertility from the perspective of the first IVF baby in the United States. Whether you are trying to figure out how to tell your child that they are a product of Reproductive Technologies, or a child of ART, or you’re just curious to hear what it was like growing up under a microscope — this is the podcast for you.
Episode 2: Valerie Landis on Egg Freezing
Valerie Landis has been working in the women’s healthcare field and fertility industry for the last decade. Valerie froze her eggs three times between the ages of 33-36 years old for fertility preservation and family planning reasons. She merged her medical career and fertility passion by creating the website eggsperience.com and Eggology Club podcast. The fertility-focused website and podcast feature many leading fertility experts, knowledgable egg freezing resources, along with highlighting a collection of first-hand accounts of other women’s fertility journeys.
Valerie hopes that by starting the conversation about protecting our future-selves with non-bias and fact-based information, women will feel inspired, brave, and act progressively today. She speaks openly about her own multiple egg freezing cycles, her family planning decisions, and is showcasing her experience with the video docu-series THIS IS EGG FREEZING coming soon.
Follow Valerie on social media via link: https://shor.by/valeriedlandis.What is Egg Freezing? Support The First Podcast — Learn more about Elizabeth & contact her.
Original link The 1st Podcast By Elizabeth Carr Episode 2: Valerie Landis on Egg Freezing posted 27 July 2020: https://anchor.fm/the1st/episodes/e2-Valerie-Landis-on-Egg-Freezing-eh3a2e/a-a2os7ff
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“So I’m someone’s mom!” Welcoming our first child, Cecily Philips Donnell, at 12:24 p.m. on Tuesday, July 14. We are absolutely head over heels in love with Cecily, and parenthood is already the most insane and beautiful thing in existence, It’s made me excited to have a little spitfire of a daughter of my own. I remembered when i found out i was pregnant 3years ago and was about to walk away from the musical. But at eight weeks, i had a miscarriage. i was so unhappy, until i seek help spiritually from a Dr Iya, who helps and guide me to get pregnant again, even at the trying times few weeks in April when i battled symptoms of the coronavirus including “a cough that makes it feel like my head is splitting open from the inside out, but luckily, the baby was okay with the doctors help. i am happy to finally be a mother, couples out there that needs help, trying to conceive a baby, you will definitely have a baby to make you a parent.
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