We'll be discussing fertility preservation and family-building, with or without a partner. We'll hear from fertility experts and real patients who have been through fertility treatment. This will be an intimate forum, open for all. Thank you for supporting our mission.
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Gina Bartasi is the Founder and CEO of Kindbody , a fertility care company with a mission to change the face—and practices—of fertility treatment. The growth in the fertility industry is a direct ramification of macro-economic trends as more and more women wait to get married and wait to have children. The name Kindbody is very intentional. We know that your mental health, your physical health and your reproductive health are all connected. Women often second-guess themselves and beat themselves up for making decisions; we want women to be kind to their bodies—to give themselves a break. What did you envision Kindbody to be, and how do you hope it differs from traditional fertility treatments? We also want to democratize care by bringing down costs and increasing accessibility. Today, fertility treatment remains too expensive for the vast majority of patients. What myths around fertility are you hoping Kindbody dispels? Our mission is to start the fertility conversation early with women, to educate them about their fertility and their options.
Lyman April 24, How appropriate to celebrate this second night of Hannukah with not one but two queries about interfaith marriage. And his wife is angry and unappreciative and has no idea how difficult his profession is. The issue is that we have really spectacular sex that will often last for hours including foreplay haha, not all PIV, thank God.