Planning a Family? Get Expert Advice at 2nd Annual South Florida Fertility Expo

United States – 03-25-2019 ( — Have you read the latest startling statistics about fertility in the U.S.?

Apparently Americans aren’t making enough babies to sustain the population, according to a recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The U.S. marked its seventh years in a row of declining fertility rates in 2017, which dropped to 1,765.5 births per 1,000 women, according to the CDC.

This topic and others related to fertility will be given serious attention at the Second Annual South Florida Fertility Expo on April 27, 2019 at Don Shula Hotel & Golf Club, 6842 Main Street, Miami Lakes, FL 33014. Doors open at 10am.

The Expo will provide both an educational and resourceful atmosphere comprised of fertility professionals from across South Florida. Individuals who need trustworthy information on their journey to parenthood will have access to vendor booths and top-notch informative seminars.

Several outstanding fertility experts are available for interview before and during the upcoming South Florida Fertility Expo. 

For a complete listing of the speakers and topics simply visit our website at

Sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities available. For further information and to purchase tickets go to? You can also follow the Expo on social media at @SoFlofertilityexpo or join us on Facebook.

For more information, interviews, or images, please contact: Ellen Woods,

Or contact Tandi Wilder Senior Publicist at She Got Game Media (305) 520-9703. 


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