FertilityIQ Surveys – U.S. Fertility Patients

I am very excited to share this great news: You’ve probably heard about FertilityIQ? FertilityIQ is an independent platform where verified fertility patients anonymously assess their fertility doctor, nurse, clinic, billing department and more. The data is free and really helps fertility patients to choose (or avoid) a doctor or clinic.

Now SMC has an opportunity to both contribute to FertilityIQ, and to benefit SMCs. Our thinkers and tryers can look up other women’s experiences with clinics and doctors. Those who are pregnant and already moms can help members who are just starting out by providing information about their fertility resources.

And FertilityIQ will make a donation to SMC for everyone referred by SMC who assesses their fertility doctor on FertilityIQ!  

To ensure that SMC gets credit for the surveys, the person responding needs to type in “SMC” in answer to the question at the end of the survey that asks, “did someone suggest you assess your doctor?”

Please also forward this to any friends who are not members of SMC. As long as they put “SMC” as the answer to that question, we will get a donation. All  donations will go to our Charitable Fund which provides scholarships to women who can’t pay our membership fees and to SMC families in crisis.

You can go here to do an assessment of your fertility doctor. Please be as detailed as possible in your responses to the survey so that others may benefit from your experience.

 You can see recent profiles of FertilityIQ in the Wall Street Journal and New York Times.

Thanks so much for helping with this!



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