More Than 200 Former Patients Reunite to Celebrate Their "Miracle Children"

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sept. 3, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- At Tennessee Reproductive Medicine's (TRM) baby party, families from across the Southeast will gather this Saturday to celebrate their children born as a result of assisted fertility.

TRM's extended family of parents, who wouldn't be parents without the fertility clinic's efforts, gather to count their blessings—the estimated 80 babies and children that will be in attendance.

"The struggle of infertility and journey towards starting a family is all about the individual or couple," said Dr. Jessica Scotchie, who started TRM in 2008 with cofounder, Dr. Rink Murray. "This event is intended to look beyond our patients' gray days and showcase the outcomes of all their hard work – the kids."

It's estimated that one in eight U.S. couples will have trouble conceiving or sustaining pregnancy. And one-third of couples in which the woman is 35 years or older will experience infertility.

"Baby Party" Event Info:
Who: New babies, former patients, fertility doctors and happy families. Approximately 80 children ages 1-5 years old will attend.
What: A patient reunion to have fun and celebrate their families.
Where: Heritage Park, 1428 Jenkins Rd., Chattanooga
When: 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Saturday, September 6th

By invitation only, families will enjoy fun-filled activities, lunch and the company of other like-minded couples. TRM doctors and staff will be in attendance to celebrate their patients' success. This event is open to the media.

Tennessee Reproductive Medicine (TRM) is a full-service reproductive endocrinology and fertility clinic located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, with satellite monitoring centers in Knoxville, Tenn., Cookeville, Tenn. and Rome, Ga. TRM's goal is to provide the most advanced medical and surgical care to patients suffering from infertility, recurrent pregnancy loss, endometriosis, reproductive endocrine disorders (such as polycystic ovary syndrome and premature ovarian failure), abnormal menses and menopause.

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Source: Tennessee Reproductive Medicine