Whether you are trying to conceive naturally or through IVF, egg quality will have a powerful impact on how long it takes you to get pregnant and whether you face an increased risk of miscarriage.

Hi, my name is Rebecca Fett.  I analyze the data to develop evidence-backed approaches to overcoming infertility and recurrent miscarriage.

My bestselling book It Starts with the Egg has changed the conversation about egg quality and fertility, helping thousands of women get pregnant and overcome recurrent miscarriage.

I am obsessed with understanding and translating the latest science.

I have a degree in molecular biology and genetics and when I was diagnosed with diminished ovarian reserve at just 26,  I put my scientific training to work.  I poured through thousands of clinical and preclinical studies on egg quality and fertility.

I found an enormous body of evidence showing that egg quality is something we have the power to change, but no one was putting that research into practice.

I developed a new approach and put it into practice for myself.  The end result was astonishing: in my next IVF cycle I got 19 good quality embryos and eventually my two baby boys.

I knew that what I had discovered could help others too.

I delved even deeper into the scientific research and translated it into easy-to-follow plans, tailored to different scenarios such as age-related infertility and recurrent miscarriage.

Ten years later,  the strategies in the book have helped thousands of women overcome the odds.

On a daily basis I hear amazing stories of readers who have had dramatic improvements in IVF cycles or who are pregnant for the first time after following the protocols in the book.

Louise – This book opened my eyes and changed my life! Both the book and the Facebook community helped me to improve my lifestyle, reduce toxins and to choose the best supplements specific for my situation. After 6 early miscarriages I was feeling hopeless and defeated, but the book gave me new hope.. I now have my beautiful rainbow daughter. I can’t thank Rebecca enough!