EggBanxx: New York, hosted by Fertility Authority, is the newest event focused on providing prospective patients personal access to information on egg freezing. Scheduled to be held on August 12th from 6:30-8:30pm at The NoMad Hotel, located at 1170 Broadway, this event promises to help many women make the first step toward pushing pause on their fertility. Those that attend will have an opportunity to talk with top local fertility doctors, receive information on the egg freezing process, and enjoy cocktails and tasty apps.
"Those considering or curious about egg freezing often regret waiting to make the decision,” said Jay Palumbo, the Director of Patient Care at Fertility Authority. “Let us help get your questions answered and introduce you to local specialists in the field who can help preserve your fertility. With physician experts at hand, EggBanxx: New York will answer all your questions in a relaxed, comfortable setting.”
EggBanxx.com is the latest platform to join the Fertility Authority family, a leading group of nationally recognized websites focused on empowering couples to make educated decisions about their fertility. With over 1 million visitors a month, FertilityAuthority.com, FertileThoughts.com, EggFreezingCosts.com, GenderSelectionAuthority.com, IVFAdvantage.com, and now EggBanxx.com, all provide access to information for finding and managing fertility issues. By enabling prospective patients to connect with Fertility Authority’s network of Care Advocates, treatment can be easily planned and implemented for the most successful outcome.
EggBanxx.com makes elective egg freezing easy, affordable, and stress-free, with the help of Care Advocates who can assist in the process. By working with clinics across the country, EggBanxx is able to lower the costs associated with egg freezing and even offer financing through loan partners to allow for convenient monthly payments. Care Advocates are available to connect prospective patients with the best and most affordable clinics in their area. The EggBanxx: New York event allows women seeking egg freezing the opportunity to have personal access to these healthcare professionals who specialize in the process.
"One in three couples ages 35 years or older struggles with infertility. I started trying to conceive when I was 35 years old and ended up needing fertility treatment. That's why I'm so excited to see such an overwhelming interest from women in their early to mid-thirties freezing their eggs. It's an empowering option I wish I had that literally presses the snooze button on your biological clock," said Palumbo.