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Your unspoken fertility questions, answered
February 10, 2022
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Dr. Michael Hartman
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Will your fertility actually peak at a certain age? How can you boost fertility naturally? Does "how" you perform intercourse matter for healthy conception? And how long should you try to conceive before you see a fertility specialist?

 

Dr. Michael Hartman is passionate about sharing his insights around the common but unspoken fertility questions. He recently spoke with a curious audience on their questions around fertility health, treatment options, and much more.

 

Watch this interactive and in-depth webinar recording to expand your understanding of how to have your best fertility journey!

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About the Author
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Dr. Michael Hartman M.D., FRCSC, GREI
Dr. Hartman is a reproductive endocrinologist with Generation Fertility. He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at McMaster University, and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Obstetrics and Gynecology following his residency at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He completed his Fellowship in Gynecologic Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at McGill University. Dr. Hartman is the recipient of numerous research awards and recognitions including the Governor General’s Academic Medal and the CFAS Resident Award in 2011.
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