American Fertility Expo Presentation: How to Find the Most Effective “Trying to Conceive” Tool That Works for You

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Did you know that one in six couples have some sort of fertility problem? That’s the same number as people who have suffered from a stroke or experienced depression. It’s also the same as men who’ll be diagnosed with prostate cancer. This number is pretty high. So, what can you do to sort out your fertility issues and try to conceive?

Our Co-Founder & COO, Sylvia Kang, presented “How to Find the Most Effective ‘Trying To Conceive’ Tool that Truly Works For You” at the 2nd Annual American Fertility Expo & Conference. In her presentation, she discusses issues couples have during their trying to conceive (TTC) journey, ovulation cycle, and how Mira can help.

If you weren’t able to catch her speak, now you can watch and get the knowledge that you need for your TTC journey.

 

How to Find the Most Effective ‘Trying To Conceive’ Tool that Truly Works For You

 

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