Event Details

Event Type: Webinar

May 02, 2024
12:00pm - 1:00pm
At your computer/device

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Fertility 101

The decision to start a family is a major life event that can bring up many questions as individuals and couples navigate the unfamiliar path to parenthood. Come to this free noontime webinar if you’re thinking about starting a family, have been trying unsuccessfully to conceive, or just want to understand more about fertility.

During the session, you’ll hear from fertility experts about important topics like the natural chances of getting pregnant each month depending on age, how to optimize your fertility with timing and lifestyle changes, and what to expect from diagnostic fertility tests. We’ll also cover common fertility treatments and how they can help overcome various obstacles to conception. By the end of the session, you will have a better understanding of how to improve your chances of conceiving and starting the family you desire when the time is right.

This class will be recorded and a one-week link to the recording will be shared with all registered participants. Attend the live session or listen to the recording within one week to receive incentive points.

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Instructors: Lauren Citro, BSN, RN, is a passionate advocate for reproductive health education. As a community health nurse, she worked to improve maternal-infant outcomes for at-risk families. Currently, she manages educational content at FertilityIQ, empowering hopeful parents to make informed and life-altering decisions. As a 10-year infertility & IVF patient, she brings a personal perspective and deep empathy to her work.

Brent Monseur, MD, ScM (he/they) is the founding director of the LGBTQ+ Family Building Clinical Research Program at Stanford University School of Medicine where they are an instructor in the Department of OBGYN and lead a highly specialized team dedicated to improving reproductive outcomes for sexual and gender minority populations.

Class details are subject to change.