Open Invitation from Shady Grove Fertility to Attend Physician-Led Fertility Educational Events

Whether attending an event online or in-person, we want to make these experiences valuable to the attendees and make sure they walk away from each event with all of the information they need to make an informed decision about seeking treatment

Shady Grove Fertility, a state-of-the art fertility care and IVF center with 41 physicians and 28 locations throughout MD, PA, VA, GA, and D.C., remains committed to educating the community and spreading awareness to individuals and couples about infertility through its ongoing educational series.

The events provide reliable, accurate, and current information about overcoming infertility so attendees can make informed decisions about taking that next step of scheduling a fertility consultation to learn more about treatment options. To make each event as informative as possible, all events—either virtual or in-person—conclude with a question and answer session with a physician expert allowing attendees to get their questions answered.

During the seminars, one of SGF’s reproductive endocrinologists will introduce the range of fertility treatments available—from basic, more low-tech options like intrauterine insemination (IUI) to more advanced treatments like in vitro fertilization (IVF) and donor egg. Shady Grove Fertility—whose treatment profile includes about 50 percent of treatments performed being low-tech—takes an individualized, stepped-care approach to infertility treatment, which has resulted in more than 50,000 babies born over the last 26 years—more than any other center in the nation.

Among SGF’s most popular education events is the upcoming Weight and Fertility webinar hosted by Dr. Melissa Esposito of SGF’s Harrisburg, PA and Frederick, MD offices. Dr. Esposito will discuss the effect of weight on fertility and how even modest weight loss can improve the likelihood of conception. Attendees will learn the impact weight—whether over or under—has on the ability to conceive and tips for maintaining and achieving a healthy body mass index (BMI).

“Whether attending an event online or in-person, we want to make these experiences valuable to the attendees and make sure they walk away from each event with all of the information they need to make an informed decision about…

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