since quite a few of you out there have expressed geekdom in some way about vaginas, uteruses (uteri?), and female reproductive health in general, i thought that i'd post this invite in case you are interested in attending a webinar about fertility - specifically, when to see an RE.
a "health activist" is anyone who spends time researching health info and sharing that information with other people. i don't feel like i do anything particularly activist-y, but apparently blathering on and on about ladyparts to strangers all day allows me to warrant an invitation (and to be featured on their site
so here's the invite, for the interested:
Invitation: WEGO Health Exclusive, Health Activist-only webinar presentation on Wednesday, November 4th, "When to See a Reproductive Endocrinologist: 7 Key Factors."
Presented live by one of the country's leading reproductive endocrinologists, Glenn Schattman, MD, from Cornell University. This event is free and made possible by one of WEGO Health's sponsors.
Webinar attendees will gain:
Valuable insight to help women you know online to make informed decisions
In-depth medical updates - usually reserved for physicians - about the factors that all TTC women should consider
Exclusive direct access to Dr. Schattman during our live Q&A session
This one-hour webinar is offered at four different times on Wednesday, November 4th: Noon, 4PM, 6PM and 9PM (all times are EST)
Attendance is limited, sign up today!
To RSVP, please complete this brief survey and someone from WEGO Health will email you the logistical details shortly: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=MoZk_2bPjN9Rn9jNPeUoAgdg_3d_3d
Earn $5 for RESOLVE:
To help incorporate participant ideas and feedback into later programs, WEGO Health will invite all webinar attendees to participate in a brief follow-up survey. For every attendee who completes this short survey, WEGO Health will make a $5 donation to RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association.
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as usual, i have a lot of stuff to post about, but my recent back surgery and recovery have meant that i've spent a lot of time away from the interweb. this week has marked my return to being alone with maya for the first time since JULY, which is when i started needing lots of assistance from friends, family, and fools (haha just kidding) to help me get through the day. OY.
so, hopefully i will have a real post soon. maybe even with pictures from the summer (that are still on my camera)! but this is it for now. hope this info is useful to anyone reading!