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The egg from which you were born was, at one point, developed to a large extent inside your mother’s ovaries while she was still in your grandmother’s uterus. You, your Mom, and her Mom may have been (in some sense) in Vegas together.
One in 6 couples has problems with fertility, but they are often told to wait a year and to “just keep trying.” 
Despite the wonders and borderline miracles in the science of fertility, to say that this is a flawed approach is a serious understatement.
Sperm take 3 months to develop. It takes one year for the primordial follicle to develop into the “chosen one” of the eggs. We know that the environment in which these cells develop affects the genes they express, and therefore their health and potential.
Shouldn’t we see fertility as a meaningful impetus to “achieve” better, healthier versions of ourselves rather than some stressful, reactive “treatment” for a problem that leads to far too much shame and isolation? 
Dr. Liz Cheravaty ND thinks so and after over a decade of dedication to better understanding pediatrics and fertility science, she is bursting with wisdom on the subject. 
Listen with both sides of your brain and your heart as Dr. Liz helps take us beyond outcome-based fertility.

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