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Spilling the Chai on Relationships, Fertility, and Career: Live Webinar May 24th!

South Asian Young Professionals

Planning for your future family may not be at the forefront of your mind, but just like financial investing, it’s also important to consider your options when it comes to investing in your future fertility. 

As you may know, our fertility starts to decline over time and while you may not be ready to start a family today, it’s important to consider your options for the future. Knowing your options will help you make empowered decisions amongst your busy career and flourishing relationships.

We invite you to join us May 24th from 5 to 6pm PDT for a live Neythri event.

In this event, Dr. Rashmi Kudesia and Dr. Nidhee Sachdev will address the various stigmas around relationships and fertility in the South Asian community and share their personal stories around juggling career and cultural expectations. 

Both Dr. Kudesia and Dr. Sachdev are board certified reproductive endocrinologists with extensive experience and knowledge in the reproductive medicine field. They are also very passionate about fertility preservation and educating the community on their fertility options.

During this live event, you will have the opportunity to ask our speakers any questions that are top of mind for you, discuss these stigmas and open up a safe space to hear each other's stories and learn from one another.

We know that the discussion surrounding relationships and fertility is often personal and something you may only discuss with close friends or family, but we want to give everyone the opportunity to be educated on their options as they work on the balance between personal and professional life. 

This event is $10, or free for Neythri’s Premier and Leadership Circle Members. 

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