Fertility Experts, Dr. Peter McGovern and Dr. Adam Fechner to Discuss Third Party Reproduction on AM

– Doctors will explain the many options available to fertility patients –

[2/12/15] Hasbrouck Heights, NJ – It’s Conceivable: The Infertility Show, the weekly radio show that helps its listeners better understand infertility and its treatments on New York’s AM970 The Answer, will air at 3:30PM this Saturday, February 14. It’s Conceivable: The Infertility Show is hosted by Dr. Peter McGovern and Dr. Adam Fechner and is sponsored by University Reproductive Associates. This week’s show will talk about the the various ways a third party can assist in reproductive needs. 

Drs. McGovern and Fechner will review the circumstances in which a third party may be necessary to aid in reproduction.  They will explain the process involved for third party reproduction assistance including sperm donation, egg donation and surrogacy. Drs. McGovern and Fechner will discuss the screening process for both sperm and egg donors which includes genetic and infectious disease testing.   Later in the show, Drs McGovern and Fechner will delve into the process surrounding the use of a gestational carrier for reproduction and will talk about the rare instances when this may be the only option for reproduction. They will also highlight the important role that psychological counseling plays in every situation for all the parties involved in third party reproduction.

Listeners are invited to tune in to It’s Conceivable: The Infertility Show on AM970 every Saturday from 3:30PM to 4:00PM.  It’s Conceivable: The Infertility Show is hosted by Dr. Peter McGovern and Dr. Adam Fechner and is sponsored by University Reproductive Associates with locations in Hasbrouck Heights, Hoboken and Montclair, NJ. The show is streamed and archived on AM970TheAnswer.com, and can be accessed anytime during and after the show.

It’s Conceivable: The Infertility Show is produced by Verasoni Worldwide, an integrated marketing and public relations firm in Montclair, NJ. Verasoni Worldwide works with clients across markets and around the world to deliver integrated marketing communications strategies and campaigns. To learn more visit verasoni.com.

About University Reproductive Associates

University Reproductive Associates has earned its national reputation by being passionate patient advocates and by delivering the most appropriate cutting-edge treatments to help make their patients’ dreams come true. With offices conveniently located in Hasbrouck Heights, Hoboken and Montclair, NJ, the doctors and staff at University Reproductive Associates are available when you need them. University Reproductive Associates has worked diligently to control the problem of multiple pregnancy, a known risk of fertility medications. URA focuses equally on the critical goals of safety, success and affordability.  To learn more visit www.uranj.com.

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