Fertility Awareness Week, organised by Fertility Network UK, is a chance to talk about the impact of infertility and also to get the knowledge you need to regain control.
Some people worry about their fertility for years before they seek help – but it could be that a quick blood test, semen analysis or some words of advice might be all that is required to reassure them or explain their options.
For those that have been actively trying for a baby, we know that 8 out of 10 couples will be successful within a year – so if you have been struggling for longer, now is the time to ask some questions.
To mark this special week we are hosting two free Fertility Fayres to enable people at all stages of their journey to gain advice. For those who want more in depth information we are offering a special half-price fertility testing offer and free consultations with a fertility nurse specialist
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October 12, 2018
Guest Blog from Love Nutrition - "nutritional therapy can empower you."
Angela Attwood explains the benefits of nutritional therapy.
October 9, 2018
Fertility Week - free Fertility Fayre sets out its stalls
Our third annual Fertility Fayre is in Cambridge on Saturday 3 November 2018
October 2, 2018
We can help you get pregnant - Wickford hosts first Fertility Fayre
Wickford's first ever Fertility Fayre is on Saturday 27 October
October 1, 2018
Common questions men ask about male infertility
Mr Oliver Wiseman answers questions about male infertility.
September 24, 2018
Fertility tests and specialist advice - half price with no waiting
Don't be patient, it is better to find out.
September 10, 2018
Scream4IVF - Fertility Network launches appeal
#Scream4IVF is a campaign led by Fertility Network UK to reform the current inequality...
The fertility journey is very individual. Gary and Matt considered adoption first but sadly decided it was not for them. They had almost given up on their hope of a family when they were given an expected offer - they told their story to the BBC Naked Scientist
Getting you and your body 'pregnancy ready' can help you cope with the fertility journey. Good nutrition is one element of this and we are delighted that Angela Attwood of Love Nutrition is providing consultations at our new Wickford fertility clinic. In a guest blog she explains what nutritional therapy is and how it can help.
My own experience of nutritional therapy was so positive that I later went on to study it and have always been reassured and inspired by the fact that it is based on scientific evidence that is contin...
Well done and thank you to all who participated at our Macmillan Coffee Morning - we raised £200 thanks to the yummy cakes we had on sale!Thank you to all those who baked it, faked it or just ate it! Our Macmillan Coffee Morning was very warmly received by patients and staff - who were spoilt for choice.
The Macmillan Nurses do an amazing work and it was good to be able to support them as part of the world’s biggest coffee morning. ... See MoreSee Less
The loss of pregnancy or a baby is a deeply private grief and its often difficult for family and friends to offer appropriate support. This week is Baby Loss Awareness Week, a collaboration of charities calling for better bereavement support.