upcoming digital event
Tips and trics how to boost your fertility
What is this webinar about
During this webinar, three experts will provide you with all the tips and trics you need to know in order to prepare yourself (and your partner) for a possible pregnancy. We will talk about what happens during a preconception check up. A nutritionist will give you tips on what to eat (and what not) and if supplements are useful. And finally, an acupuncturist will tell us all about the benefits of this treatment in relation to fertility. Of course there is plenty opportunity to ask questions!
Who should join this webinar
This webinar is voor everybody who would like to know more about preparing yourselves (and partner!) for a possible pregnancy.
When: 24 November 2021
Time: 20:00 - 21:15 hours
The webinar will be hosted via Zoom Webinar. On the day of the webinar you will receive an email with all the log in details. Please check your spam folder if you haven't received this email on 24 November 2021.
Please note that Cycle has the right to cancel or postpone the webinar due to circumstances. Of course, we will do our best to inform you thereof as soon as possible.
Expert of the evening
Cycle expert Judith de Jong, midwife, will join us this evening as lead expert. She will be accompanied by Sharon Asscher - Looyen as nutritionist focused on women's health and Daniela Pontes as acupuncturist specialized in midwifery and gynaecology.
Cycle expert Judith de Jong
Judith has been working as a midwife in Amsterdam for over 10 years. Additionally, she completed a course in sonography in 2013 to further add to her scope of knowledge, which enabled her to support women of reproductive age as completely as possible. In 2014 she opened her midwifery practice, Femme-Amsterdam. Her expertise involves coaching and supporting women with planning for pregnancy - with the help of preconception consultations - and guides them through pregnancy until childbirth. Besides midwifery, Judith is chair of the Council of Mothers of Dutch hospital OLVG-West. With the council she works hand in hand with mothers to improve the care provided to mothers / patients from the point of view of mothers instead of doctors.