Here’s what you need to know about Fertility Show Africa

Fertility Show Africa

If you follow my podcast or my social media, then you will most likely know that fertility is an important topic for me and one that I am quite passionate about. I got diagnosed with PCOS about a year ago and since then, have made it my mission to learn and share as much as possible about fertility that I can. This year, I have some help from the experts at Fertility Show Africa and can’t wait to share more of what I learn!

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About Fertility Show Africa

Taking place on the 23rd and 24th July. Africa’s essential fertility event makes a welcome return and will take place live and online. The live element of FSA will be held at the Focus Rooms in Johannesburg, while the online component will be carried on Hopin, a professionally integrated event platform that will allow visitors from around the country, the continent and the rest of the world to attend and participate. FSA will be a fully interactive two-day event offering those struggling to conceive, and those on a journey to parenthood a unique opportunity to converse with some of the best specialists, embryologists, fertility nurses, psychologists, social workers and wellness support experts and ask questions, find answers and gather all the information to begin their journey to parenthood.

We know this is a sensitive topic and a difficult journey for so many across cultures and the team at the show have worked hard to put together an incredible programme with expert talks but the best part is that the event (both in person and online) is absolutely FREE to attend.  

The event will include:

●      An in-person exhibition
●      A virtual expo area
●      An Expert Talks programme
●      Q&As and support sessions LIVE in-person, professionally produced and live-streamed to the online event platform main stage and recorded for post-event on-demand content
●      A Medical Specialists’ Lounge 

Give the Fertility Show Africa a follow!

Visit their website here and follow them on Facebook here, and Instagram


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