FSH Educates Greater Houston on Infertility

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Fertility Specialists of Houston provides a private and insightful way for men and women to learn more about infertility and its treatment options.

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There are so many resources on infertility that a person can turn to, and often the information is overwhelming and sometimes incorrect. The most important way to understand infertility is to be educated by medical professionals. - Dr. Rakesh Mangel

Fertility Specialists of Houston (FSH) invites their patients as well as any couple in Greater Houston to a series of free webinars on the issues and solutions of infertility. This initiative is directly related to FSH’s commitment and support of National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW), which is April 22 – 26, 2013.

“There are so many resources on infertility that a person can turn to, and often the information is overwhelming and sometimes incorrect,” states Dr. Rakesh Mangel, a Board-certified Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility Specialist at FSH. “The most important way to understand infertility is to be educated by professionals in the medical field. At FSH, it remains our continued commitment to provide this education and our free webinars is just one way that we accomplish this.” Dr. Mangal received his medical degree from Tulane University School of Medicine, completed his fellowship at Baylor and has been in practice for 17 years.

ABOUT THE INFERTILITY WEBINARS

The webinars at Fertility Specialists of Houston will take place on Monday, April 22 and Thursday, April 25 at 5:45 p.m. Central Standard Time (CST) and will take approximately one hour. The webinar on Monday, April 22 is called “The Emotional Rollercoaster of Infertility.” The webinar on Thursday, April 25 is called “Nurturing Your Relationship During Infertility.” The webinars are open to anyone in the Greater Houston community and a person does not need to be a patient of the practice to participate. The webinars will be led by Dr. Irena Milentijevic, a Licensed Psychologist. “Due to the privacy nature of infertility, we like to provide a safe and welcoming setting of learning by hosting our webinars,” states Dr. Milentijevic. “A woman or man can remain anonymous and can ask questions confidentially to make the session as interactive and informative as possible.”

Please register for “The Emotional Rollercoaster of Infertility” by going to https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/581898224.

Please register for “Nurturing Your Relationship During Infertility” by going to https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/345611369

For more information about the free webinars or Fertility Specialists of Houston, please call 713.512.7900.

ABOUT FERTILITY SPECIALISTS OF HOUSTON (FSH)

Fertility Specialists of Houston (FSH) is a group of highly trained physicians and staff members who work together to provide the best treatments for infertility issues and the best overall care for the patients. FSH believes in providing answers first by identifying the potential reasons why infertility is occurring with a specific couple. This allows the couple to then decide if they wish to take the next step of infertility treatment or simply be satisfied with understanding the reasons why conception is not occurring. For those patients who wish to move forward, FSH works with them to find the best, customized solution while always providing their patients with different options and a greater sense of control during this process. FSH understands that the desired end result is a healthy pregnancy, but the practice also celebrates all the milestones of success along the way. Fertility Specialists of Houston has a high success rate and always delivers upon the promise of hope. Fertility Specialists of Houston has four convenient offices located in the Texas Medical Center (Fannin), Sugar Land and Webster. To learn more about the practice and the six physician experts and their teams, please visit http://www.fshivf.com or call 713-512-7900 for an initial assessment.

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