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Nutrition & Fertility: How Food Can Boost Fertility (FREE)
5:30 PM17:30

Nutrition & Fertility: How Food Can Boost Fertility (FREE)

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What you eat can have a positive impact on your chances of conceiving and having a healthy baby. Whether you’re planning to get pregnant, trying to conceive on your own or currently undergoing fertility treatments, join us for an informative, supportive conversation on nutrition for fertility. We’ll discuss the current evidence on how diet impacts fertility as well as strategies to incorporate fertility-boosting foods into your diet and lifestyle. 

This seminar will be lead by registered dietitian and reproductive nutrition specialist, Rachelle Mallik, MA, RD, LDN. Rachelle is the founder of The Food Therapist, a virtually-based private practice that provides nutrition therapy for fertility, pregnancy, postpartum and breastfeeding. She empowers women on their reproductive journeys with a holistic, evidence-based approach and recommendations tailored to each individual. 

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Fertility 101: Egg Freezing Seminar (FREE)
5:30 PM17:30

Fertility 101: Egg Freezing Seminar (FREE)


Today, for a variety of reasons, women are waiting longer than ever to attempt to achieve a pregnancy. At the same time, age is the leading determinant of fertility. Until now, nothing could be done to halt the inevitable decline in female fertility from egg loss. Egg freezing can help you choose the right time to have a family.

Many women have heard about the relatively new fertility treatment option of oocyte cryopreservation, or egg freezing. Our reproductive endocrinologists at IHR believe that it’s imperative to educate women about the promising technology of egg freezing.  Come join us for a frank conversation about the pros and the practicalities – as well as the limitations of fertility preservation.

Egg freezing is not a guarantee that you will conceive at a later date, but it can certainly help “stop the clock” by preserving your eggs now.  If you choose, you can then have the opportunity to use them later, when your chance for pregnancy would otherwise be lower.

The benefits of egg freezing

The good news is that this technology has proven successful over time, and has led to the successful births of more than 5,000 babies. The scientific evidence we have to date shows no correlation between egg freezing and any increased risk for developmental or physical disorders in these babies.

Bring your questions and a friend to our egg freezing event

We will ensure that you leave with the confidence to pursue egg freezing as an educated patient.

  • What is involved with egg freezing?

  • Who is a good candidate?

  • What are the odds of frozen eggs thawing successfully and leading to pregnancy?

We invite you to attend our upcoming free seminar! Please reserve your place at our egg freezing event by registering below.

You will meet physician, nurse, and administrative members of our team and receive more information about our program.

All new patient seminar attendee’s receive FREE AMH testing!

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