Shady Grove Fertility Kicks Off 2018 With 12 Webinars And Seminars To Reach And Teach The Community About Fertility Options And Overcoming Infertility

Eugene Katz, M.D., of Shady Grove Fertility’s Towson, MD and Bel Air, MD offices

With advanced age comes a decrease in fertility potential. Egg freezing allows women who aren’t quite ready to build a family to plan for the future when the time is right.

Shady Grove Fertility, a national leader in infertility and IVF, with 28 locations throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Georgia, is dedicated to their mission of helping the 1 in 8 couples affected by infertility by educating the community and spreading awareness about infertility and treatment options.

Physicians and other program specialists will host informational virtual webinars and in-person seminars on topics ranging from diagnosing and treating polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), egg freezing options, how to know if you need to see a fertility specialist, and much more. Each event concludes with a question and answer session so that attendees have the opportunity to get their personal questions answered by the practice’s physician and specialist experts.

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common ovulatory disorder in women of reproductive age and the leading cause of female infertility,” says Eugene Katz, M.D. of Shady Grove Fertility’s Towson, MD and Bel Air, MD offices. During this webinar, Dr. Katz will cover the signs and symptoms of PCOS, how PCOS is diagnosed, and the treatment options available to help women with PCOS conceive. “The good news is that many women diagnosed with PCOS will be able to conceive with the help of diet, lifestyle modifications, and fertility treatment,” adds Katz. Dr. Katz will be hosting the PCOS webinar on Wednesday, January 17 at noon.

Given the advances made in egg freezing technology, Shady Grove Fertility has seen an 83 percent increase in the number of women who are choosing to freeze their eggs at SGF since 2013, and the numbers continue to rise. “With advanced age comes a decrease in fertility potential. Egg freezing allows women who aren’t quite ready to build a family to plan for the future when the time is right, says Shruti Malik, M.D. of Shady Grove Fertility’s Woodbridge, VA and Fair Oaks, VA offices who will be hosting the Egg Freezing webinar…

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