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Fertility 101: Why aren't we pregnant yet?

Cut yourself some slack... You may not be a scientist or a doctor, but you're clever right? 


If getting pregnant is taking longer than you thought, repeated negative pregnancy tests combined with well-meaning inquiries from friends and family can make you feel like you're going to explode.  Just Stop Asking!


But then, you get home, and you think to yourself - how hard can this stuff be to work out? 


It's 2022, you can *learn* anything you want these days, right?


Sure, you could spend 1,782 hours trawling YouTube, falling into hours of Dr Google rabbit holes, or maybe even 'trust' the Free Fertility Webinars from well-meaning Fertility Clinics (and wade through the inches thick PR and marketing you're served) to find the bits that are useful to you and your own unique situation...




You could check out this Fertility 101 Masterclass...

If learning it all in one spot, from ONE trusted, Independent source (who also happens to be an Embryologist) is your thing... READ ON!

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How long does it really take to fall pregnant? 


The truth about getting pregnant and having a baby? It isn't always as easy as we're led to believe. 


So many of my clients feel cheated by the misleading information they learnt at school or during adulthood about fertility and reproduction - you are NOT alone!


Wondering when it's going to be your turn?


My two-part video series, Why Aren't We Pregnant Yet? will help you:

  • Troubleshoot what might be going wrong

  • Optimise your chances of conception

  • Discover simple lifestyle changes that will increase your chances of getting pregnant

Get Fertility 101: Why aren't we pregnant yet? masterclass

Parts one, two and three

Instant Access. Only AU$147

In Part One: Understanding your Fertility, you'll learn: 

  • How long is too long when trying to conceive and when to ask for specialist help

  • The stats on positive outcomes with IVF

  • The odds of conceiving naturally within 12 months

  • Common hurdles to falling pregnant and how to overcome them

  • 5 critical ingredients needed to make a baby

  • What a 'normal' menstrual cycle is

  • The only reliable way to determine sperm quality

  • Factors that determine the growth of an embryo

  • How to find your fertile window

  • The clues that indicate things aren't quite right for falling pregnant

  • 5 signs that you're ovulating and why having a period doesn't always mean you are ovulating

  • Health or lifestyle factors that impact ovulation

  • The best time to have sex during your cycle when trying to conceive (it mightn't be when you think)

  • The top 5 factors that can impact your fertility

  • How EDCs impact your fertility health and how to avoid them

  • And more

In Part Two: Exploring Options we'll cover: 

  • ​Five tests your GP could request and which ones may be useful for you

  • The most important test you should have when trying to conceive

  • What's normal when it comes to semen including quantity, motility, and their shape

  • Important pre-pregnancy tests

  • Why the same person can get very different test results from different labs

  • The difference between evidence-based medicine and anecdotal-evidence, and why both are important

  • 8 things you should do that are proven to increase your chances of getting pregnant and supporting a pregnancy

  • Types of professional support available and how these specialists can help

  • The benefits of adjunct and complementary medicine

  • Why boxer shorts are better than jocks and other lifestyle factors

  • And more

Trying to conceive? 

The right help at the right time can make all the difference. 

But exploring unsuitable options can waste valuable time and add stress to an already emotional experience.

Get Fertility 101: Why Aren't We Pregnant Yet Videos

Parts one, two and three

*Understanding your Fertility

*Exploring your Options

*Who and When to ask for help

Instant Access. Only AU$147

Your BONUS VIDEO Who and When to Ask for Help includes:

  • When to ask for help

  • When to ignore the statistics and follow your gut instinct to seek help

  • The timeframe Medicare use to determine that a diagnosis of infertility can be made

  • ALL the questions to ask when looking for in a fertility specialist

  • What a Fertility Project Manager does and the obstacles they can help you overcome

  • Why help from a fertility specialist doesn't always mean you'll need to try IVF

  • Why choosing a fertility clinic before deciding on a fertility specialist can be a smart move

  • How the success of IVF can depend on the lab your specialists uses, not just the specialist

  • And more


This video is FREE with the purchase of Part Two: Exploring Options in the Why aren't we pregnant yet?

Hearing it clearly from an actual expert makes a huge difference
I had no idea about what tests were common and which ones were useful
"The internet can be a bit of a trap in that you can do "research" and get so much conflicting information as well as people speaking with authority when they aren't actually experts (and often are just trying to make money)…hearing it clearly from an actual expert makes a huge difference…
Also having clarity from an expert that's it's ok to ask for help even if you don't check all the boxes of infertility is huge (we have been TTC for 18+ months and have gotten pregnant twice but lost both pregnancies) and since I haven't seen a fertility doctor yet I had no idea about what tests were common and which ones were useful." - Teal
Part 2 is an excellent ‘first steps’ survival guide! This Masterclass clearly outlines and explains the pros and cons of common fertility screening tests and provides some really informative lifestyle advice for people wanting to give themselves the best chance of conceiving.

Lucy’s years of experience working within the industry are evident and invaluable. Thank you for producing such an exceptional educational resource for anyone interested in fertility. After watching your Masterclasses individuals/couples will be entering into their own journey informed and empowered. - Lauren
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