Fertility Myths

Dr. Natalie Crawford discusses the recent POPSUGAR article about how “viably fertile” patients are being denied essential autoimmune medication because of the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Later, Natalie debunks the fertility myths you submitted on Instagram! Some of your submitted myths: keep your legs in the air after sex to increase your chances of getting pregnant; pineapple, the secret fertility fruit; and sex in the luteal phase is bad for implantation.   Don't forget to ask your questions on Instagram for next week’s For Fertility’s Sake segment when you see the question box on Natalie’s page @nataliecrawfordmd.     Thanks to our amazing sponsors! Check out these deals just for you:     FIGS — Go to wearFIGS.com and use code ASAWOMAN to get 15% off your first order.    Binto — Go to mybinto.com, take the quiz and enter the promo code AAW for 20% off your first month.    If you haven’t already, please rate, review, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes every Sunday. Plus, be sure to follow along on Instagram @nataliecrawfordmd, check out Natalie's YouTube channel Natalie Crawford MD, and if you're interested in becoming a patient, check out Fora Fertility.    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Dr. Natalie Crawford is a fertility physician at Fora Fertility in Austin, Texas who knows that trying to understand your body and your hormones can be exhausting and overwhelming in the world of medical misinformation and contradicting opinions. She started this podcast to educate and empower, giving people access to the knowledge she's acquired on health and fertility from the comfort of their home, or where ever they choose to listen! She talks about a wide range of topics, including IVF, hormones, infertility, menstrual cycles, mental health, and, well, beyond! She also welcomes special guests to speak to related topics, or share their fertility journey. Tune in and become a part of the community of collaboration that amplifies others, As a Woman.