Why Conceiving Baby Number 2 Isn't Always Easy

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Why Conceiving Baby Number 2 Isn't Always Easy

Get Me Pregnant is Mamamia's podcast that makes understanding assisted fertility easy. Consider this your no-BS guide! 

What happens when you start looking to expand the family but things aren't happening as quickly as you'd hoped?

Secondary infertility is really common. In fact, it's arguably becoming more common than primary infertility. 

Our guest today, Liz jokes that she and her husband didn't even have sex, they fell pregnant that quickly. So it's fair to say they were pretty shocked when baby number two wasn't happening as quickly as they'd hoped. 

Host, Leigh Campbell and Liz have a very honest and raw conversation about the emotional and physical toll of secondary infertility, as two women going through it. 

Plus Dr Manuela Toledo joins us for Fact or Fiction. Manuela drops by to debunk some of the myths and misconceptions about trying for baby number two. 

SPECIAL THANKS 

A huge thank you to Liz for coming on the show and sharing her story!

CREDITS

Host: Leigh Campbell

Guest: Dr. Manuela Toledo, Fertility Specialist at Tas IVF

Producers: Mikayla Floriano

Executive Producer: Madeline Joannou

CONTACT US

Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386.

Tell us your fertility story and send your feedback to [email protected]

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Get Me Pregnant is a podcast by Mamamia made in partnership with IVF Australia, Melbourne IVF, Queensland Fertility Group and TasIVF.

Please note this podcast retells personal assisted fertility journeys. The information provided should not substitute medical advice. Talk to your doctor to decide what option is right for you. 

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