It’s July 5th. We have our first official summer weekend behind us and plenty of sweet, warm days ahead of us before autumn.
A reminder for all teachers. For the third year in a row, we want to make sure that you are educated about your fertility. Know what you can about your fertility potential, even if building your future isn’t right here and right now. Having your family when you are ready, we want that for you. Knowing a base line about your fertility can help you weigh the baby making factor in as you think about career and other important aspects of your life.
Education is key when it comes to fertility. Knowing your own fertility potential gives you a way of making the most meaningful decisions possible when it comes to building your family.
Free Fertility Testing for Women Who Are Teachers
Because we believe in education, we are offering free fertility testing to female teachers all summer long at Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut (RMACT). As a thank you. As a reminder to think of yourself and your own family, even as you spend your career educating others. We know that this is an effective way to predict your ability to get pregnant. We know that this test is reliable and efficient.
We want you to put yourself first this summer. Come in. Find out what you need to know so that any regrets in the future about what you didn’t know are unnecessary.
We know that this is education at its best.
Put Yourself First – Get Educated on Your Fertility
That’s why we’re offering it to you this summer, when it may be easier to come in and get it done. Call your friends and bring them too.
You do so much to teach, support and educate.
We want to do that for you this summer. ~ Lisa Rosenthal
Giving Back To Those Who Teach Our Families
Teachers: Get the information you need to plan for your future family!
A blood test is now able to tell women, more easily than ever before, about their potential to become pregnant.
This test, known as Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH), is used to measure ovarian reserve – the quality and quantity of your eggs. This result helps doctors determine your chances of becoming pregnant now and in the future. You can take the test while on the birth control pill or at any time during your menstrual cycle.
How Do I Get Tested?
You will be asked to complete a lab requisition form and consent once you arrive in our office. One of RMACT’s nurses will call you with your results in 10-14 business days.
If you have questions, please call one of our New Patient Liaisons at 203-956-2265.
This offer ends August 31, 2016. Register here!
Topics: AMH - Anti-Mullerian Hormone