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Episode Overview

Welcome to the Sexology Podcast! Today I am speaking with Dr. M. Max Ezzati. We talk about the common misconceptions around fertility treatment, how struggles with infertility can have an impact on sexual relations and how to navigate infertility and sex during pregnancy.


Egg freezing and embryo freezing are two of Dr. Ezzati’s particular professional interests. He also specializes in fertility treatment for older women and women who have a diminished ovarian reserve. Dr. Ezzati has published a number of peer-reviewed clinical and scientific research papers, review articles, case reports and textbook chapters.


  • Most common misconceptions related to sex and fertility treatments
  • Frequency of sex when trying to conceive
  • Are apps beneficial to track fertility to predict conception?
  • Negative sexual impact of increased pressure when experiencing infertility
  • Definition of infertility vs difficulty conceiving
  • The four elements required to get pregnant
  • Unexplained infertility
  • Is it safe for couples to have sex during pregnancy?
  • How long is a fertility treatment?
  • Recommendations for couples who are trying to conceived and are frustrated
  • Dissociating sexual activity and trying to get pregnant

About Dr. Nazanin Moali

Dr. Nazanin Moali is a sex therapist and certified clinical psychologist in the Los Angeles area. She helps individuals and couples with sexual and relationship issues. In her two offices in Torrance and Hermosa Beach, Dr. Moali conducts confidential consultation sessions. You can also book a session with Dr. Moali via a secure video-counseling platform online.

About Dr. Max Ezzati

Dr. Ezzati is a reproductive surgeon and fertility specialist at Palo Alto Medical Foundation in California. Dr. Ezzati attended Tehran University in Tehran, Iran where he earned a medical degree. He then moved to England for specialized training. He was trained in obstetrics and gynecology at two teaching hospitals, University of Cambridge and the University of London. At the time, he also served as a clinical lecturer.

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