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When: Wednesday, 5 May

Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Speaker: Dr Rachael Rodgers

If kids are in your future but you’re not ready to have them yet, tune in to this free webinar. Fertility Specialist Dr Rachael Rodgers will sort fact from fiction and talk you through all things egg freezing.


Life, relationships or a career can make finding the right time to have your little one challenging. Annoyingly, we can’t delay the aging of our eggs (boo) and that can affect our baby-making odds. Preserving your fertility with egg freezing can help maximise the potential of having your baby later in life. Genea Horizon is a specialised egg freezing clinic that knows more than a thing or two about it.


This event is perfect for you, if you:

  • Not ready to start a family yet but want to know how you can preserve your fertility for the future
  • Want to find out the best age to consider freezing your eggs
  • Want to chat with a fertility expert and find out what’s involved in the egg freezing process

All attendees will be offered the opportunity to book a Free* Egg Freezing consultation with our Fertility GP.

* Applicable for Medicare eligible patients. Your no-out-of-pocket Egg Freezing Consultation is for an initial consultation with our Fertility GP at the Genea Sydney City clinic (Kent Street).

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Genea shares patient stories to help people experiencing infertility to understand that they are not alone. Hearing about other people experiencing the same challenges is a powerful way to break the isolation and stigma that often surrounds infertility. We share these stories with the intent to inform, educate and comfort and have no intention to create unreasonable expectations of beneficial treatment. Similarly, we have no intention for our community to believe the stories told are the outcomes that would be achieved for every patient.