Infertility Awareness Week, Year-Round

  

Here, Infertility Awareness Week is 365 days long

Infertility Awareness WeekThis year, all across the nation, people at all stages of their infertility journeys marked National Infertility Awareness Week in April. Organized by RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association, NIAW is the one week every year when people come together nationwide to raise awareness about infertility and advocate for legislation that keeps options open for people hoping to build their families.

National Infertility Awareness Week means a lot to us here at our Orange County fertility center, as advocating for people with infertility is part of our daily work. But the truth is, we aim to build infertility awareness all year long.

Infertility Awareness Week is our year-round focus

During National Infertility Awareness Week in April, infertility advocates across America come together to organize walks, host educational events and more – all to help others understand infertility and the dramatic impact it has on people’s lives. This month, Advocacy Day occurs on May 18 in Washington D.C. and you are invited to attend or to contact your legislators in advance to weigh in on increasing access to fertility coverage and adoption tax credits.

Our Orange County fertility center applauds NIAW efforts because the more people understand about infertility, the better they can support those who struggle every day just to become moms and dads. That’s why we work all year long to raise infertility awareness and support the women and men who come through our doors seeking help.

We are dedicated to:

In everything we do, our goal is to educate you and your partner so that you can make the best decisions about how to build your family. By empowering you with information and providing the most advanced diagnostic and treatment options available today, we give you the confidence to take charge of your fertility and pursue your dream of parenthood.

Our focus on infertility awareness

It is our honor and privilege to work with each and every person who comes to us seeking answers and hope. Supporting the men and women in our care is a great responsibility, and one we take very seriously – not just during National Infertility Awareness Week, but every day.

If you’re ready for the next step on your infertility journey, contact our Orange County fertility center to schedule a consultation.

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