The most essential driving force of nature is to procreate.
We need healthy babies. And Dr. David Adamson knows more about baby-making than nearly everyone on the planet.
David Adamson is a consulting reproductive endocrinologist and surgeon, Medical Director of Equal3 Fertility, Clinical Professor ACF at Stanford University, and Associate Clinical Professor at UCSF.
In this episode we cover:
• The avergage age of first birth is 30 and getting older
•Cultural differences in fertility
•The importance of fertility insurance and support from employers
•Why it’s important to begin family planning conversations early
•Intercourse 2-3 times a week when you're trying to get pregnant
•Benchmarks for when you should consider seeing a fertility doctor
•Trying to have a baby for a year, and under 30, go see a doctor
•Dr. Adamson sets me straight on me thinking the pill is detrimental to hormones
•Key fertility tips
•Effects of covid on fertility
•Current study shows that covid does not from pregnant mothers to babies