Unlocking Success: Navigate Low AMH/High FSH In Pregnancy

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Aumatma Simmons, ND, FABNE, MS

Hey, welcome to the Beyond Infertility Summit. I’m your host, Dr. Aumatma, and I am honored to introduce you to Sarah Clark, who is the CEO and founder of Fab Fertile, a company that supports couples specifically with low AMH or high FSH, diminished ovarian reserve, premature ovarian failure, or ovarian insufficiency. She’s also the creator of the Get Pregnant Naturally podcast, and she shares her love for functional medicine and natural fertility solutions to support fertility struggles. When Sarah was 26 years old, she received a diagnosis of premature ovarian failure. She accepted the diagnosis and had both of her children, through an egg donor and in vitro. Years later, she realized that some things were happening under the surface, like food sensitivities, chronic stress, and gut infections, that were the reasons why she couldn’t get pregnant and why she had premature ovarian failure, to begin with. In my chat with her, we’re going to dive into what premature ovarian failure is. 

Why does it happen, and what can we do about it? Is there something that we can do, or is an egg donor the only option? If you’re struggling with this, I’m sorry that you’re struggling with it. This interview is going to be crucial for you because it is in these places when we’re told that this is our only option: X, Y, Z, it’s IVF, it’s an egg donor, whatever is the only option. Our bodies kind of start panicking and freaking out. It’s important in those moments to know that there are other options out there. That’s why, Beyond Infertility Summit exists. I’m so excited that we’re going to have this conversation today. Hello and welcome back, everyone. I am so excited to have you here, Sarah, and I’m very excited about this topic because it comes up a lot and it’s very disheartening. That’s the topic of low AMH and high FSH, women are told donor eggs are their only option. Let’s get into it. Why do people get told this, and what is it based on?

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