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Want to learn more about fertility? Join our virtual event with Waterstone Clinic

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19th Feb 2021
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Join our virtual event to learn more about fertility, how to start your journey and what options are available.

Fertility affects us all and needs to become a more common topic of discussion. Many people need assistance to have their family. In Ireland, one in six couples may experience infertility, and men and women experience these issues in equal measure.

While fertility can be a personal and emotionally-charged subject, it affects so many and it is important to discuss it, get good information, and to find support structures that work for you.

And so, we at IMAGE Media have collaborated with Waterstone Clinic on a virtual event that will cover this all-important subject of fertility. We want to open up the conversation, giving you access to medical experts and a real life story from a woman who will share her fertility journey with you.


Fertility First 

On March 4, our host Síle Seoige, and panelists Dr. John Waterstone and Laura Hackett, will cover all aspects of fertility, discussing when you might need to have your fertility checked and what treatments and options are available.

We will walk you through the practical steps to take when starting out and advise you on what to expect, especially if you’re thinking of starting your fertility journey during the current pandemic (which comes with unique obstacles of its own).

Also, we’ll hear from a woman who has undergone her own fertility journey, as she shares her personal experience and what she has learned along the way. Our aim together is to educate and empower women and couples to take the unknown out of fertility testing and treatment.

So join us on Thursday, March 4 at 8pm for an in-depth discussion on fertility. This could be the first step on an exciting journey ahead.

Register Now

When: Thursday, March 4 at 8pm

Where: From the comfort and safety of your own home

How to Access: Register your place below. All registered attendees will receive an access link on March 4, just before 8pm.

*Please note: Each registered guest will receive a link for access 15 minutes before the event. The event will also be available on demand should the date or time not suit. 

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