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What questions do you have about ferility health, fertility treatments, and more

Over the past number of months for Wellness Wednesday, we have presented a wide range of topics to our readers. Now, we would love to hear from you! What have you liked; not liked? What would you like to learn more about?

Here at Genesis, we have a wide-range of knowledge, expertise and experience to draw upon for Wellness Wednesday topics.  Our scientific team learns about the latest developments in reproductive technologies such as genetic testing, egg freezing and advanced treatments for infertility. Within the Genesis team and our associates, current information is available regarding nutrition, dietary supplements and exercise.

Beyond science and the human body, infertility also touches the psychological, sexual and spiritual dimensions of the human experience.  Maintaining balance can be assisted through learning about activities such as yoga and pilates. In addition, the Genesis team can provide information to support psychological coping with the stress of infertility.

Please do take the time to let us know your thoughts and ideas; they would be so appreciated. Once we hear from our readers, the Genesis team will be hard at work presenting Wellness Wednesday topics that are of interest and benefit to you!

 

Vancouver Sun: Egg freezing a viable option for women who choose to have children later in life

The staff at our fertility clinic are avid supporters of individuals and couples having children when they think they are ready. As Canadian Infertility Awareness Week approaches at the end of May (24-31), there’s no better time than now to consult with your family doctor about options for maintaining and extending your fertility.

One option of extending your fertility is to have your eggs frozen.

Our medical director, Dr. Sonya Kashyap, wrote an opinion piece in the Vancouver Sun explaining why people should consider egg freezing as an option should they choose to have children later in life.

Dr. Sonya Kashyap, Medical Director, Genesis Fertility Centre

Vancouver Sun: Opinion: Egg freezing a viable option for women who chose to have children later in life.

Eeva (早期胚胎存活能力評估) in Chinese Media

We are a multicultural organization and we take great pride in that fact. We also highly value our multicultural, multilingual clients.

We were honoured to have Ming Pao and Fairchild Radio interview us at our Canadian launch of Early Embryo Viability Assessment (Eeva) on January 29, 2014. Fairchild Radio broadcasted the news the night of the launch in both Mandarin and Cantonese while Ming Pao’s Victoria Chang took an in-depth look at both Eeva and in vitro fertilization (IVF) technology as a whole.

To view Ming Pao’s coverage, please click here.

Darla Macey-Nicholson (L) is the first person in Canada to have conceived using Eeva. She's pictured here with her two kids at Genesis Fertility Centre. (Photo Credit: Victoria Chang, Ming Pao)

Darla Macey-Nicholson (L) is the first person in Canada to have conceived using Eeva. She’s pictured here with her two kids at Genesis Fertility Centre. (Photo Credit: Victoria Chang, Ming Pao)

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