Manicures and Martinis

Women in their 20s and 30s are typically trying to avoid and unexpected pregnancy at all costs, which is why many make some ignorant decisions that affect their fertility later in life. Manicures and Martinis is a relaxed, care free conference set up to inform and instruct young women about the dos and don'ts of fertility. The American Fertility Association has designed M&M as a free educational program around 20 US cities and is led by fertility specialists. The objective is to introduce infertility treatments, how to prevent infertility and harness and protect yourself from fertility damage. The doctors will discuss early treatments, and outline a number of prevention mechanisms. Just to name a few:
"avoid exposure to certain environmental toxins; protect against sexually transmitted infections; and plan a family with the knowledge that fertility does decline with age."
Manicures and Martinis will also be hosting previously infertile women who have struggled to conceive, they will be telling their personal stories and how they overcame their fertility plight. One of the women says she will be urging young women to go green or freeze their eggs as precaution. If you are interested in learning more about Manicures and Martinis click here, or if you'd like to learn more about available treatments go to fertilityproregistry.com. Photolink
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