Because my wife and I are having our children late in life, we had some concern over fertility. Two miscarriages scared us prior to having Seth and a longer-than-desired delay made us apprehensive before my wife’s second pregnancy. But we now have Seth and expect a girl in July.
Not all couples are so lucky, as you can discover by reading A Little Pregnant or Chez Miscarriage. For those of you still struggling out there, I received a press release recently about The Fertility Road Show, which will be in Los Angeles while I’m out of town.
The educational show is designed to help couples trying to conceive and includes topics such as in Vitro Fertilization, financing, coping with infertility, fertility 101, alternative treatments and adoption. While I can’t vouch for the quality of the program, it is being sponsored by inFertility times magazine. It costs $45 per person or $80 for a couple.
The show was in Chicago on Saturday, but here’s the rest of the schedule:
- May 21 – Los Angeles
- June 4 – Houston
- June 11 – New York