About the course
In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is an increasingly common path for many on their journey to pregnancy. However considering IVF can feel daunting physically, mentally, and financially. This course covers the key things you need to know to feel confident and make informed decisions, including:
- How does IVF work?
- Is IVF appropriate for me?
- What should I look for in an IVF clinic provider?
- How can I best prepare for IVF physically, mentally and financially?
- What are the success rates and risks of IVF?
- Are there genetic or other health factors that may hold me back ?
Expert-led modules covering the must-know topics with a science-based and practical approach. Interactive modules in text and audio format are interspersed with short quizzes to help you learn faster.
Your expert will hold regular digital meetups for all participants at the beginning, middle and end of the course. So you can share with others and your expert live. All meetups will be recorded so you can listen whenever you want.
You’ll join a private forum for all course participants that will be moderated by an Adia community manager and your expert to help you get the support you need while connecting with others on their fertility journey.
Assess and track where you’re at with quizzes and expert feedback to help you move forward on your journey.
I highly recommend Adia!
They really care about the individual as a whole and work to help them holistically. Their integrated approach really sets them apart. I am very grateful to them.
Thank you Adia. You will change lives.
I followed all your tips and when I did my fertility test again I couldn’t believe the results. My FSH level went from 20 to 9, AMH went from 2 to 15. I cannot thank you enough for your guidance.
I felt really empowered by taking the fertility hormones test and understanding my fertility. Pregnancy and fertility is such a black box and this reassured me.
• How and when is the course delivered?
Modules are delivered weekly, but there is no deadline for finishing the modules so you are able to complete the course entirely at your own pace. Courses start every 2 months, starting January 2020 so you can be sure to find one that fits in with your plans.
• What is a digital meetup?
A digital meetup is like a group FaceTime and is an opportunity for you to put questions directly to our expert Linda in a supportive group of other people on the course. Attendance is not mandatory, and you can remain completely anonymous by turning your camera and audio off if you wish. We will send you the dates and times of the three meetups when you join the course and you just need a laptop or phone to join in. Questions can be submitted in advance, or during the meetup.
• Am I guaranteed a space on the course?
We limit the number of attendees on this course to 12. This is in order to provide the best experience for attendees and give our expert Linda enough time to answer all your questions at the meetups. Places are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis with priority given to those who have pre-registered their interest here.