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Our PCOS webinar can help you take control of polycystic ovary syndrome

Did you know that polycystic ovary syndrome is the most common endocrine disorder in women of reproductive age? While as many as 10% of American women have PCOS, this condition still isn’t well-understood by the public and even many healthcare professionals. Our Austin infertility doctors are here to help shed some light on this topic with a free PCOS webinar.

During this interactive webinar, one of our experienced fertility specialists will discuss the basics of polycystic ovary syndrome. From the symptoms of this condition to the different treatment options for PCOS, you’ll gain the information you need to achieve your health and fertility goals.

Learn more about our free and interactive PCOS webinar

This webinar will start by talking about what polycystic ovary syndrome is and what symptoms it can cause. You’ll also learn about the PCOS diagnosis and treatment process. However, this webinar won’t just be a lecture because our Austin infertility doctors offer ample time for Q&A and discussion. 

As with all our fertility webinars, our interactive PCOS webinar will help you become informed and feel empowered. This webinar is open to anyone who wants to know more about polycystic ovary syndrome.

To help you learn more about PCOS, this webinar will cover a variety of important topics.

  • What is polycystic ovary syndrome?
  • What are the symptoms of this condition?
  • How do doctors diagnose PCOS?
  • What fertility treatments are available for PCOS?
  • How do doctors treat women who aren’t actively trying to welcome a baby?

Would you like to learn more about these important PCOS topics? Register for our webinar or contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our Austin infertility doctors. We look forward to helping you gain the information you need about this common and often-misunderstood condition.


Susan Hudson MD
Susan Hudson, MD
Erika Munch, MD
Erika Munch, MD


February 25, 2021
6:30 pm - 7:15 pm