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Providence Fertility Center Physicians Will Be Featured on WPRI 12’s Rhode Show during National Infertility Awareness Week April 20-24
Date:4/17/2015

Providence, RI (PRWEB) April 17, 2015

Most people believe that starting a family is an easy process, yet unfortunately for 1 in 6 couples, that’s not the case. Dr. Alison Zimon and Dr. Kerri Luzzo of Providence Fertility Center will be featured guests on The Rhode Show’s program “All Things Fertility” during National Infertility Awareness Week, which will air April 20-24 at 9am on WPRI Channel 12.

Be sure to tune in each day to learn about all the important information that can impact your chances of getting pregnant now or in the future. Drs. Zimon and Luzzo will discuss the basics of infertility, including how long it should take to get pregnant, when to see a fertility specialist, what female and male factors can cause infertility, and much more. If you have been trying to get pregnant on your own unsuccessfully for more than six months, you will want to be sure to join The Rhode Show on Monday April 20 when the discussion will center on these questions.

Then, throughout the week you will hear from several couples about their challenges in conceiving and how they overcame the odds by seeking the assistance of the Providence Fertility Center. With its cutting-edge technologies, personalized treatment protocols and team of 18 specialists who collaborate on difficult cases, Providence Fertility Center has successfully assisted countless couples who had given up to keep reaching for their dream of having a child. These inspirational stories with serve as examples of how advances in fertility diagnosis, treatment and monitoring technologies can work miracles for those in need of expert reproductive assistance reproductive.

Drs. Zimon and Luzzo will also explain the various treatment options available to help those challenged by infertility. These options can range from medication and timed intercourse to intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF). Since every person and situation is different, the physicians at the Providence Fertility Center are committed to assisting their patients to create a treatment plan that meets their individual needs and helps them to achieve their goal to bring home a healthy child sooner.

So be sure to join or record the series on “Everything Fertility” each morning next week beginning at 9am on WPRI Channel 12.

For more information on infertility or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Zimon or Dr. Luzzo,visit http://www.fertilitycenterprovidence.com or call 401.369.7822.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/04/prweb12662320.htm.


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