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Online Infertility Support Group
Jefferson Health Psychologist, Andrea Braverman, PhD, is hosting an online infertility support group on Tuesday, January 31st from 8-9pm. The online application allows users to connect to the group from any computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet with video capabilities. The support group is free to join, but registration is required.

Please email Dr. Braverman to register. The support group is limited to 16 participants, so please registered as early as possible.

Dr. Braverman also hosts online support groups on the topic of parenting with egg donation which she holds the first Wednesday of every from from 8-9pm.

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You have done this before. You have conceived, carried, and birthed a baby. Perhaps you have never even thought about the process of conception at all. You just got pregnant when you wanted to, or maybe even by accident.

Now it’s a year or two later and you want to grow your family again and it’s just not happening. Why not? You barely tried before, why should putting a bun in the oven be any different this time around?

You are not alone. Secondary #Infertility affects more than 3 million women in the U.S. alone and is defined as being unable to become pregnant, or to carry a full term pregnancy, following the birth of one or more children without the use of assisted reproductive technology.

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RMA of Philadelphia and +Thomas Jefferson University & Jefferson Health Psychologist, Andrea Braverman, PhD, are hosting a series of online infertility support groups throughout 2017.

The virtual support groups will focus on general infertility and parenting with egg donation. The support groups are powered by Jeff Connect an application that allows users to connect to the groups from any computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet with video capabilities. There is no cost to join the support group, but registration is required.

Each support group is limited to 16 participants, so please registered as early as possible.

Upcoming Infertility Support Group Sessions

Thurs, 5/25 – Register Now!:

Thurs, 6/22

Thurs, 7/27

Thurs, 8/24

Upcoming Egg Donor Recipient Support Group Sessions

Thurs, 6/8 – Register Now!:

Thurs, 7/6

Thurs, 8/3

#infertility #fertility #ivf

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Fertility 101 - Free Webinar
In support of National Infertility Awareness Week 2017, RMA of Philadelphia will be hosting a free online webinar with world-class reproductive endocrinologist, Dr. Arthur Castelbaum, on Thursday April, 27th at 6:30pm EST.

This year, RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association has selected “Listen Up!” as the theme for National Infertility Awareness Week. In their mission statement, RESOLVE asks men and women to Listen Up! and understand how infertility can affect you. In support, our webinar will focus on educating men and women on their reproductive health.

Topics of discussion during the event will include:

Fertility Basics
- Understanding infertility and its causes
- Who should seek fertility care
- Is fertility treatment for you?
- Common fertility tests

Common Infertility Treatments
- Fertility medications
- Intrauterine insemination (IUI or artificial insemination)
- In vitro fertilization (IVF)
- Third-party reproduction (donor sperm, donor eggs, gestational carriers)

Finding the Right Fertility Practice for You
- How to analyze clinic success rates
- What is a board certified physician
- Popular online physician review sites

Additional Details

Registering for the webinar is absolutely free, but due to technical limitations of the software the webinar is limited to 100 people. Please register for the event ASAP to secure your spot. There will be an opportunity at the end of the event to ask Dr. Arthur Castelbaum questions that you may have. If you have any questions or trouble registering for the event, please send us an email.

Please visit the RESOLVE website for more information on National Infertility Awareness Week.

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We are proudly celebrating International Women’s Day throughout our offices today! #BeBoldForChange #InternationalWomensDay 
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Watch Dr. Jacqueline Gutmann and Dr. Andrea Braverman discuss common fertility testing questions and concerns. #ttc

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How Long Should I Wait Between Fertility Treatment Cycles?
Have your fertility questions answered by our board certified Reproductive Endocrinologists. Check out our latest Q&A below!

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Dr. Jacqueline Gutmann has been awarded the Joyce M. Vargyas Visionary Award by +Path2Parenthood for her impact in the fields of #fertility, reproductive health, and family building. She will be honored at P2P’s Illuminations gala in New York on Nov. 7th.

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Reproductive Medicine Associates of Philadelphia (RMA at Jefferson, RMA of Central Pennsylvania at PinnacleHealth), a world-class fertility practice committed to providing the latest and most appropriate treatments for infertility, announced today that board-certified Reproductive Endocrinologist Jacqueline N. Gutmann, M.D., has been honored by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Women’s Council with its Distinguished Service Award.

“Dr. Gutmann is highly respected by her peers for her commitment to advancing women and women’s health issues within the ASRM and fertility communities. The Distinguished Service Award provides an opportunity to publically recognize the countless volunteer hours and efforts she has dedicated to a field she not only practices in, but truly believes in,” said Kelly Pragidas, Chair of the ASRM Women’s Council.

The Distinguished Service Award honors outstanding service by members of the Women’s Council who have made important contributions in promoting women’s health or career development for women; stimulating interaction across disciplines; fostering networking and/or mentoring efforts; or encouraging and/or supporting women within the community within their chosen field in support of the Women’s Council mission.

“It’s a great honor to be recognized by my peers in the ASRM Women’s Council for my commitment to women’s health issues. I take great pride in having received this award and look forward to continuing to support all women within the fertility community,” said Dr. Gutmann.

More information on the ASRM’s Women’s Council can be found at

About RMA at Jefferson and RMA of Central Pennsylvania at PinnacleHealth

RMA at Jefferson and RMA of Central Pennsylvania at PinnacleHealth provide highly personalized fertility care in a kind and compassionate environment. Their medical team includes six world-class physicians, board certified in specialties including OBGYN, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, and Clinical Genetics. Together they have over 125 years of combined experience in fertility care and have helped thousands of men and women in Pennsylvania achieve their dream of parenthood.

RMA’s entire staff specializes in working with reproductive medicine patients and offers a knowledgeable and individualized experience with a focus on success. The practice continues to maintain some of the highest IVF success rates when compared to the national average and is dedicated to maintaining an embryology lab which offers cutting-edge technology such as intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), laser assisted zona hatching, embryo biopsy for pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, and cryopreservation.

RMA upholds relationships with both the Jefferson and PinnacleHealth hospital systems and has 5 locations in Pennsylvania: Philadelphia, King of Prussia, Willow Grove, Langhorne, and Mechanicsburg. For more information please call 1-855-RMA-inPA, or visit
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