Do you want to see change around fertility education?

If so, you aren’t alone.

Being educated around your fertility can help women and couples make informed decisions about their future family plans. This can include egg freezing for fertility preservation, deciding to freeze embryos, or moving up a family planning timeline.

In a recent piece on Mom.me, national research done by Fertility Centers of Illinois is dissected and boiled down to five key points.

The writer’s biggest takeaway? It’s never too early to start a conversation about fertility with your doctor.

A new National Survey by Fertility Centers of Illinois of 1,208 women ages 25-45 without children in the U.S. uncovered a strong desire and need for infertility education. Here are just five of the key takeaways:

  • Most Women Want it Mentioned in OB-GYN visits
  • Sex Education Should Talk About Fertility
  • Why Didn’t You Tell Me About Problems?
  • To Freeze or Not to Freeze
  • Regrets? We’ve Had a Few

Read the article on Mom.me

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