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Actress Elizabeth Röhm shares that young women should have a plan for their future fertility. She encourages women to ask their OB/GYN about checking FSH levels, and shares there is no shame in needing medical assistance. Chief medical officer of Pacific Fertility Center Dr. Vicken Sahakian shares that you can ask for an ultrasound to count your eggs and you should start in your late 20s or early 30s. Plus, watch a clip of “Switched Before Birth,” directed by Elizabeth Röhm.