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Chelsea Fertility NYC to Host a Free IVF Workshop on June 18

On June 18 at 6:00 p.m., Chelsea Fertility of New York City will host an IVF workshop. Free and open to all interested in attending, the IVF workshop will include wine and light fare, as well as a raffle for one free IVF cycle with Chelsea Fertility NYC.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their partners, as well as any IVF-related questions they may have. We aim to encourage a casual, open atmosphere in which attendees can feel comfortable asking any questions about the IVF process, which is often regarded as complex and daunting.

RSVP for our IVF Workshop!

Our IVF workshop is designed for your ease and convenience. For those facing a recent infertility diagnosis or a new treatment plan that features IVF, the journey to parenthood can be an unexpected one. If you are new to the fertility community or just new to IVF, learning that you need the procedure in order to have the best possible chance of building your family can be difficult – there are so many factors to consider, such as: Is IVF really right for me?, How does IVF work?, What are my chances for success with IVF?, How much will IVF cost?, and more.

Our workshop will address all of these common IVF FAQs, as well as any topics brought up by attendees. We encourage those who plan on attending to kick off their research by visiting the IVF – In Vitro Fertilization section on our website to get a feel for what the procedure entails, and then write down any follow-up questions you have for the workshop. Attending our workshop and asking your most pressing IVF questions is an excellent opportunity to hear directly from our nationally known fertility specialists - for free.

If you are interested in attending our IVF workshop on June 18 and entering a raffle to win one free IVF cycle, we hope you’ll RSVP today.

If you are interested in IVF and would like to hear more about the procedure in the news or as a fertility patient, we encourage you to read our past blog entries: