Shady Grove Fertility Will Host 16 Events throughout the Mid-Atlantic in August to Spread Awareness about Infertility and Infertility Treatment Options

Through its educational series, SGF physician will host in-person seminars and online webinars that offer valuable insight and information for current patients, new patients, and information seekers.

With 40,000 Shady Grove Fertility babies born and counting—more than any other center in the nation—it is the practice’s mission to not only help make people’s dreams of parenthood a reality, but to also educate others about being proactive about their fertility and avoid delay when seeking help.

Through its educational series, physician experts from the practice will host in-person seminars and online webinars that offer valuable insight and information for current patients, new patients, and information seekers. Topics range from infertility basics, diagnosing infertility, treatment options, success rates, financial programs, and more. To make each event as informative as possible, all events—either virtual or in-person—conclude with a question and answer with the physician expert.

As more women are starting families later in life, egg freezing—an elective fertility preservation option offered at Shady Grove Fertility—allows women who want a baby but are not ready to build their family just yet, an option to preserve their fertility for the future. Shady Grove Fertility’s egg freezing seminar will cover the modern day technological advances that make egg freezing possible, what patients can expect through the process, why egg freezing is a viable option to preserving a women’s fertility, and financial options that make egg freezing affordable.

Due to the increasing demand from women who realize age’s impact on their biological clock, Shady Grove Fertility has created a discounted financial program that brings egg freezing within reach for more women. The practice has recently launched a new financial package for egg freezing with payments as low as $195/month including long-term storage.

“The first step to deciding if egg freezing is the right choice for each patient is to test their fertility. Testing a patient’s fertility provides key information into their fertility potential and will help to determine if and when egg freezing is in fact the right choice for them,” says Dr. Andrea Reh, of Shady Grove…

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