The European Fertility Society understands that embarking on IVF journey is one of the hardest decisions in a person’s life and it needs to be well talked (and thought!) through with specialists. myIVFanswers.com is the place where patients find a satisfactory answer by experts to most of their fertility concerns and doubts.
Without the help of fertility experts, it is not easy to understand what treatment options patients should decide on and what precautions to take in order to get closer to the dream of being a parent. And the further patients go, more and more questions appear- at literally every step of the fertility road.
MyIVFanswers.com manage live events – #IVFWebinars – for patients interested in learning more about infertility issues and medical background of treatment options offered. Every event addresses a specific, niche topic directly correlated with patients’ medical issues. Patients may ask questions live during the Q&A session directly with the speaker.
As the European Fertility Society, we respond to fertility patient’s queries efficiently and reliably so that they can have full faith and confidence in the decisions they are taking. The “Experts Advisory Board” has been set up to help planning the topics and assess live events to ensure the quality of the information provided.
The European Fertility Society, in accordance with its mission, is committed to provide knowledge about infertility treatment to the general public and to ensure that it is available to patients at no cost. Therefore patients using myIVFanswers.com may expect:
- Full anonymity of the audience during the event
- Free participation in all events held on the platform
- Simple registration process and ease of use
- Direct interaction with the fertility specialist from home
- Access to all video-recordings published after live events
- Relevant experience of spekers
MyIVFanswers.com has already been recognised, not only by doctors and patients. International Medical Travel Journal (IMTJ) awarded the project for ‘Best marketing initiative’ in 2020.