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Path To Fertility Blog by RMACT

Fertility Blog | Compassionate support on your journey through infertility treatment. Join the conversation.

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By: The RMACT Team
September 27th, 2018

In recognition of September being PCOS Awareness Month, RMA of Connecticut hosted a dynamic discussion featuring Ashley Levinson, Diana D'Amelio, and Monica Moore where they discussed the medical and psycho-social aspects of PCOS.

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By: Amy Matton, MSTOM, L.Ac
August 24th, 2018

Balance is possible, even with fertility challenges, regardless of the season or the physical problem. Amy Matton, Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut's acupuncturist, educates us on the 5 seasons of Chinese Medicine and how making changes to our lifestyle can help us find balance.

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Male Infertility | Curing Infertility | Infertility Awareness | Sperm | lifestyle changes

Join Shaun Williams, MD (Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut) and Sara Naab, (Don't Cook Your Balls) for an event about men's reproductive health.