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Seeking a Second Opinion When Going Through Infertility

Hopeful Hints: An Infertility Podcast

Seeking a Second Opinion When Going Through Infertility

This week's episode discusses reasons to seek a second opinion when going through infertility treatments. Included are 3 reasons why you may want to consider doing this during your infertility…
May 18, 2021

Seeking a Second Opinion When Going Through Infertility

This week’s episode discusses reasons to seek a second opinion when going through infertility treatments. Included are 3 reasons why you may want to consider doing this during your infertility journey. 

 

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*Information provided on this podcast provides general health information for educational purposes only. The information provided by me as a fertility coach is not to be used as a substitute for medical advice, cannot diagnose or treat any health condition and does not substitute for care from your healthcare provider. 

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