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Philadelphia-Area Donor Egg Seminar Will Give Away a Free Donor Egg Cycle

If you live in and around the Philadelphia area, don't miss Shady Grove Fertility Center's Donor Egg Patient Seminar this Saturday, April 14. One lucky attendee will receive a free donor egg cycle, valued at $13,300!

Women experiencing infertility due to the decreased ovarian function that accompanies aging over 40 or those who have failed multiple in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles due to poor egg quality are often good candidates for egg donation with IVF. With egg donation, eggs are surgically retrieved from healthy young (generally between 21 and 30 years old) women who are in their reproductive prime and old enough to give informed consent. The egg donors undergo extensive psychological and medical screening. The eggs are fertilized in an IVF lab and then after several days of growing, they are transferred into the egg donor recipient.

Shady Grove's donor egg seminar is free for individuals and couples so they can learn more about the fertility clinic's large donor egg program and hear from a patient who used donor eggs to build her family, Shady Grove is the largest fertility center in the United States with 14 full-service offices and four satellite locations throughout the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore Metropolitan areas and a strong program for out-of-state and international patients. The fertility center has performed more than 1,800 egg donation cycles since 2007.

"Our program allows out-of-state patients to only visit our center two times during treatment, making it a seamless process for Philadelphia-area patients who only live two hours away," says Eric D. Levens, M.D., a Shady Grove fertility doctor who will spearhead the Philadelphia session.

The donor egg seminar will be held from 11 a.m. to noon at the Radnor Hotel, located at 591 East Lancaster Avenue in St. Davids, PA, 19087. For more information, please call 877-264-3311, or you can click here to register.


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