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Conversations Live: Fertility

Roughly one in eight couples has trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy. Fertility issues can be emotionally and financially devastating. When should couples seek help? And how successful are today’s interventions? Our experts will discuss common causes of infertility, plus ways to improve and protect fertility.

You can join the conversation. Call 1-800-543-8242 during the show, or emailconnect@wpsu.org. You can also join the discussion on twitter. Find us under the address @WPSU and use #WPSUConversations.

Guests

Mary RiddleMary Riddle, Ph.D.

Dr. Mary Riddle is a clinical psychologist specializing in reproductive counseling, as well as a course author and lecturer for Penn State World Campus.

John O'SheaJohn G. O’Shea, M.D., FACOG

Dr. John O’Shea is an obstetrician-gynecologist with Mount Nittany Medical Center

Emily SteinbergEmily Steinberg

Emily Steinberg is an artist and lecturer in art at Penn State University’s Abington campus, who published a graphic novel titled ‘Broken Eggs,’ providing an illustrated telling of her battle with infertility.

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