S2E14: Kate’s Story

In this episode, I speak with a woman who prefers to remain anonymous, we’ll call her Kate. She share’s her story about being a Native American living in Alaska, suffering a miscarriage and a chemical pregnancy, and making peace with living child free. This is unlike any story we’ve shared on the podcast, so I truly hope you enjoy! 


Thank you for listening to our podcast! I hope that by talking about what we’ve been though, others who may be struggling with infertility know they are not alone. Whether you're interested in our journey or you're seeking information to begin your own, I hope this podcast is both informative and entertaining!

If you are looking for infertility support or advice, visit www.theinfertilitea.com.

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About Me:

I met my husband in 2009, we married in 2010, and we've been a couple of parental wannabes ever since.

Years of trying to conceive have brought confusion, frustration, sadness, bitterness, and heartache. We've gone through multiple failed fertility treatments over the years, including an IUI and three rounds of IVF, multiple canceled cycles and seven losses before seeking out an expert in reproductive immunology to help solve the riddle that was our infertility. After an extensive panel of blood work, Dr. Braverman suspected I had endometriosis, which was confirmed by a laparoscopy in January of 2019. One month later, to our shock, we were pregnant naturally!

We pray that our story brings you hope that someday you, too, will achieve your dream!

Music Credit:

"Teddy Bear Waltz" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

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