podcast

November 2, 2020

Is It My Child If I Use a Donor Egg?

with podcast guest

Dr. Miranda Myles

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Dr. Miranda Myles, the Contemporary Conceptionist, inspires new approaches to fertility and conception. She is a passionate Naturopath and Acupuncturist, fertility expert, author, lecturer, and Australia’s leading natural health expert in donor support. Dr. Myles believes every woman deserves the opportunity to be a Mama and every man a Dad.

In this episode, we talk about the importance of high-quality sperm for a successful pregnancy outcome, whether a child conceived with a donor egg is still the child of the carrying mother, the risks associated with egg donation, and so much more!

Highlights

  • Myles’ unsuccessful experience with IVF and her decision to use a donor egg
  • The financial side of assisted conception
  • The importance of high-quality sperm in a successful pregnancy outcome
  • The connection between DNA fragmentation in sperm and early miscarriage
  • Why a child conceived with a donor egg is still the child of the carrying mother
  • How epigenetics influences a child’s genetic activity during pregnancy and after birth
  • Risks associated with egg donation
  • How The Donor Project helps intending parents
  • Myles’ 12-week program to help intending males improve their sperm quality

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