Frequently Asked Questions
What is the definition of infertility?
Infertility is a disease recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and is defined by ASRM (American Society for Reproductive Medicine) as “a disease of the reproductive system that impairs the body's ability to perform the basic function of reproduction.“
Infertility does not discriminate for age, gender, socio-economic status, religion or sexuality.
You are not alone.
Why are you different than those other fertility coaches?
I have experience in all areas of infertility diagnosis and treatment, working directly with individuals and couples for 15 years at a fertility clinic. I have also experienced thoughts, feelings, and emotions that are involved in fertility as an anonymous egg donor, through my own miscarriage and even as a personal egg banking patient - not just as a fertility nurse. Embrace Fertility offers integrative fertility support for both women and men. I am here for education and support, even if you just want to talk, vent and FEEL your emotions.
How quickly can we get started?
Right now! Click to schedule a Fusion Call. In this introductory call, we’ll spend 30 minutes discussing your fertility concerns and how Embrace Fertility™ can help.
Do I need a physician referral?
A physician referral is not needed, though previous records of any diagnostic testing or treatment will be valuable for a complete overview of your path so far.
How much do your services cost?
Service costs vary based on the package selected after our Fusion call. Click to schedule your complimentary Fusion Call to discuss pricing and which package is best for you.
Can you guarantee I will get pregnant?
There is no way to guarantee that anyone will conceive. If someone is telling you there is a guarantee, read the fine print first. Sometimes Western medicine is not enough and combined with integrative support and small lifestyle modifications, conception chances may improve. At Embrace Fertility, we guarantee that you will have a customized support plan as every woman is unique.