Ep74- Tara Brandner – Loss Before and After IVF: Miscarriage and Failed Embryo Transfer

Last updated Nov 30, 2021 | 0 comments

In episode #074, Tara shares her personal story of loss as well as her expertise as a fertility coach and advocate. Tara works as an experienced doctorate nurse practitioner and fertility coach with patients worldwide. She received additional certification through the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and Marquette Natural Family Planning. After enduring a long road through infertility followed by a traumatic pregnancy, she turned her hurt into hope for others.

Tara offers a personalized approach to fertility care to help you get unstuck and avoid the common pitfalls experienced with this diagnosis. In addition, she provides services for a peaceful pregnancy after infertility and a wide variety of women’s healthcare services provided via telemedicine. She has combined her experience as a healthcare professional and personal struggle to help navigate couples through their family-building path.

We talk about when to seek a medical workup, Tara’s experience with infertility and miscarriage as a healthcare professional herself, and the idea that failed embryo transfers are still losses — they are dreams shattered, and are often not discussed.

Topics Discussed: fertility coaching, intrauterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilization (IVF), choosing a fertility clinic, failed embryo transfer, endometriosis, health insurance

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