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Me, Myself & Millie
29 minutes | Sep 12, 2022
103 - Matteo's Birth (Pt. 2) w/ Audrey Q
Audrey Q and Millie finish up their conversation about Matteo's birth. What happened in the hospital after her arrived, how hospital staff treated them, and grossing the border into Slovakia. Don't miss this episode of "Me, Myself & Millie." PSA: If you are just tuning in for this season, go back to episodes 97-102 and be up to date on Audrey's story.
37 minutes | Sep 12, 2022
104 - Homeward Bound w/ Audrey Q
On the final episode of this mini series, Audrey Q and her family arrive home to the United States. We talk to Audrey and reflect on the past two months and how it feels to be back after such an anxiety inducing journey. We talk about motherhood, Matteo meeting their dog, Jolene, for the first time, and how she's keeping in touch with her surrogate. Don't miss this final episode of Season 6!
38 minutes | Aug 29, 2022
102 - "Matteo's Birth (Pt. 1) w/ Audrey Q.
Audrey Q finally gets a phone call from her Ukrainian surrogate that she's going into labor. Listen and find out about all the moments leading up to Matteo's birth. This is part one of a two part episode.
12 minutes | Aug 22, 2022
101 - Instagram Q&A w/ Audrey Q
In this short episode, Audrey Q answers your questions taken from Instagram. What does a typical day look like for her in Ukraine? Why did she choose surrogacy in Ukraine? Don't miss this episode of "Me, Myself & Millie!"
27 minutes | Aug 15, 2022
100 - First Impressions (Ep. 4) w/ Audrey Q.
Continuing with Audrey Q's story, we follow her into Ukraine for the first time. We discuss what it was like to cross the boarder, meet her surrogate for the first time, and hear Matteo's heartbeat. It's a tearjerking episode, so grab that box of tissues and join us for this week's episode of "Me, Myself & Millie."
41 minutes | Aug 8, 2022
99 - Surrogacy in Ukraine(Ep. 3) w/ Audrey Q
Audrey and Millie breakdown the Ukrainian surrogacy industry and why it is so plagued with controversy. Is it exploitative for the surrogate? Or is it empowering? Whatever side you land on, it's important to understand and hear Audrey's experience. Don't miss this episode of "Me, Myself & Millie."
33 minutes | Aug 1, 2022
98 - Planning for the Trip (Ep. 2) w/ Audrey Q
This week we continue our special showcasing of Audrey Q's journey to parenthood. How do you begin to pack for a trip in a different part of the world where there is political, social, and economic unrest to be at the birth of your son via surrogacy? In this episode, we talk to Audrey about all the paperwork and logistics that are required to enter Ukraine and eventually leave with her son in tow. Don't miss this episode of "Me, Myself & Millie!"
44 minutes | Jul 25, 2022
97 - Traveling for Baby (Ep. 1) w/ Audrey Q
It's the first episode of Season 6 of "Me, Myself & Millie" and we are going where no fertility podcast has gone before. All the episodes this round will be solely dedicated to Audrey Q’s story to parenthood as she travels to war-torn Ukraine for the birth of her son, Matteo, via Surrogacy. Each week we will follow Audrey as she get’s closer to Matteo’s due date and eventually begins her parenting journey in a country with immense conflict. In this first episode, we talk with Audrey about her plans during the excruciating waiting period leading up to her son's birth. Don't miss this season premiere of Me, Myself & Millie!
41 minutes | Feb 21, 2022
96 - Choosing An Egg Donor | Victoria Nino
Victoria Nino, Infertility Advocate and IVF Mama, joins the podcast to share her story to motherhood using donor eggs. We talk about her decision to move forward with donor eggs, choosing a donor, the difference between anonymous and identified donors, and the need for more state and federal regulations for donor agencies. Don't miss this episode of "Me, Myself & Millie!"
34 minutes | Feb 14, 2022
95 - Embryo Donation | Janine Kolasinski
Janine Kolasinski joins the show to share her experience with embryo donation. In September 2019, after one egg retrieval, Janine and her husband yielded 27 blastocysts. Of those 27 blasts, 8 were tested, and Janine and her husband decided to donate the remaining 19. If you have left over embryos and are considering this avenue, you won't want to miss this episode of "Me, Myself & Millie!"
32 minutes | Feb 7, 2022
94 - Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (Part 2)| Dr. Katie Rose NMD
Dr. Katie Rose, Naturopathic Physician, joins the show to share her insight into recurrent pregnancy loss and miscarriage. We dive deep into general menstrual health, thyroid panels, hormones, digestion, and toxin exposure. Don't miss this informative and educational episode of "Me, Myself & Millie!"
35 minutes | Jan 31, 2022
93 - Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (Part 1) | Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh
Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh, our official medical consult for the show, joins the podcast to answer all your questions about recurrent pregnancy loss and miscarriages. From diagnostic testing to hormonal health and everything in-between, Dr. Aimee, aka The Egg Whisperer, unpacks it all.
38 minutes | Jan 24, 2022
92 - How We Romanticize Sperm Donors | Tracy Jo Palmer
Tracy Jo Palmer, Queer Fertility Advocate and Consultant, joins the podcast to discuss her process of choosing a sperm donor. You may remember Tracy from episode 72 when we talked about heteronormativity in the fertility industry. Today she's here to share the nitty gritty of donor sperm and how our culture tends to romanticize the idea of choosing a sperm donor to conceive a child. Don't miss this episode of "Me, Myself & Millie!" Tracy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tracyjopalmer/?hl=en Tracy's Website: https://inclusivefertility.com/
61 minutes | Jan 17, 2022
91 - A Birth Mom’s Perspective of Adoption | Fiona Kennedy
Fiona Kennedy, Pediatric Nurse Extern, Adoptee, and Birth Mom, joins the show to share her journey through the adoption process. When Fiona was a freshman at Penn State, she discovered she was pregnant. Fiona then took a year off from school to go live with a good friend in North Carolina. During that stay in North Carolina, Fiona chose to pursue an adoption placement for her baby. Don't miss this incredible episode of Me, Myself & Millie!
59 minutes | Jan 10, 2022
90 - Cystic Fibrosis Infertility | Tiffany Remington
Tiffany Remington, RV Aficionado and Infertility & Mental Health Advocate, joins the show to share her IVF journey. Tiffany's husband, Caleb, has Cystic Fibrosis. Infertility occurs in 97% of men with CF because of an absence of the sperm canal, so Tiffany and Caleb knew IVF was their best chance at having a biological child. Don't miss this amazing episode with an amazing infertility warrior!
37 minutes | Jan 3, 2022
89 - A Fresh Transfer Story | Jaimie Selwa
Jaimie Selwa, Infertility advocate and pizza lover, returns to the show to update us on her journey. After numerous rounds of IVF that resulted in zero normal embryos, Jaimie and her husband decided to take a chance on a Day 3 fresh transfer. If you are someone who is considering this option, you have to listen to Jaimie's story!
59 minutes | Dec 27, 2021
88 - Twiblings | Alexandra Slate
Alexandra Slate, infertility & recurrent pregnancy loss advocate, returns to the show to talk about her incredible twibling(twin/sibling)journey. After suffering five miscarriages, Alex and her partner decided to pursue surrogacy. After they got matched with a wonderful surrogate...well...things took a massive turn. You're just gonna have to listen to the episode to find out what happens next. It will truly blow your mind.
41 minutes | Dec 20, 2021
87 - Banking Embryos | Sarah Burke Dimitrova
Sarah Burke Dimitrova, public healthcare worker and infertility advocate, joins the podcast to discuss her process of banking embryos. When deciding to do multiple egg retrievals to hopefully collect a certain number of normal embryos, Sarah has a lot of experience to share to help with navigating that process. Don't miss this episode!
47 minutes | Dec 13, 2021
86 - UK Surrogacy for LGBTQ Parents | Michael Johnson-Ellis
Michael Johnson-Ellis, surrogacy advocate and father, joins the podcast to discuss his journey to parenthood. Michael and his partner Wes have three children and two of them were conceived through surrogacy in England. Wes and Michael have dedicated their life to helping LGBTQ+ parents use gestational surrogacy to build their families. Their incredible work is gaining international recognition and deserves all our support. Don't miss this episode!
41 minutes | Dec 6, 2021
85 - A Fertility Fiasco | Adam Wolf
Adam Wolf, attorney representing Daphna and Alexander Cardinale in the IVF mixup case, joins the podcast to discuss everything about Fertility Law. We unpack the recent news about the Cardinale's case and look closely at what changes need to happen to ensure quality care for patients at all Fertility Clinics. You won't want to miss this episode!
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