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FMTV - Fertility: A Shared Journey

Fertility: A Shared Journey

Runtime: 80m 27s | Release date: 2016

Women around the world are delaying pregnancy until their late 30's and early 40's and are finding it difficult to become pregnant. So they turn to the most invasive methods of medicine right away without further investigating how to get their own body into the best possible shape, changing their diet and enlisting the proper, less invasive, practitioner to help. We do not know the long-term implications of using fertility drugs and in vitro fertilization: those studies just have not been done. In our film, we present a well-rounded picture of using a more gentle and effective approach as opposed to harsh and low yield methods of medicine. However, we're not telling women to not utilize medical methods, if necessary.

Featuring:
Dr. Zvi Binor
Dr. Anthony Caruso
Dr. Robert LaCava
Dr. Skip Hart
Sarah Lange Pomaro
Thomas Myers
Hillary Brown Kieser
Bobbi Jo Bush

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Victoria Wilinski | 4 months, 1 week ago
Thank you for bringing this content online. Really hoping I can connect with a Mercier therapist here in London.
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Jasmin Habelito | FMTV | 4 months, 1 week ago
Hi, Victoria! Always our pleasure, we'd love to help you with this but it would be best that you try to connect with them directly at merciertherapy@gmail.com. Feel free to comment anytime! ~ Jasmin
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Ricardo Afonso | 1 year, 2 months ago
Definitely felt like an infomercial. Some couples there didn't even seem real, more like actors (laughing out quite a bit when couples who go through this are generally much more contained).
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Jeannette None | 1 year ago
Why would you say that! FMTV is offering documentaries to help people see possible therapies that maybe they didn’t know about. This is a beautiful showing of hope for those who want to get pregnant. It’s an alternative to conventional t
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Jeannette None | 1 year ago
Finishing what a I was saying....

Therapies that have a low percentage of success rates. I don’t believe FMTV is promoting any company or person for any financial gain or to help those companies or people get financial gain. FMTV is a platform to help people gain better health, and to share stories of others whom have done so.
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Lourdes Maldonado | 1 year, 2 months ago
Thanks for sharing this documentary. Very interesting. I’d love to see more on fertility/infertility at FMTV. I think we need to better understand the side effects of fertility drugs and ART.
I agree with other comments that we also need to learn more about male fertility.
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 1 year, 2 months ago | Edited 1 year, 2 months ago
Happy to hear you loved this film, Lourdes! You might also find this film interesting: https://www.fmtv.com/watch/evidence-of-harm-bonuses-mercury-and-infertility. Stay tuned as we add more amazing contents inside FMTV :) ~ Iris
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Fleur huisman | 1 year, 5 months ago
Thank you for this doco, it's raised more questions I should be asking my Dr as I am currently undergoing IVF. I have had fertility massage and acupuncture and totally believe that it helped our chances greatly with a higher egg number collection. I would really however love to see a documentary that looks at Male infertility as that is the reason we are doing IVF due to my husband having 0% sperm count. It's all well and good saying "this is what women need to do" but there's millions of men that need just as much help.
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Joyce Ann Solomon | FMTV | 1 year, 5 months ago
It is our pleasure, Randy. Thank you for sharing us your feedback :) ~ Joyce
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Kerry Snow | 1 year, 4 months ago
Yes Males are half of the equation, and there are many things that men can also do. Would love to see a documentary on this
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