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Can you help with some important research about Trauma in Infertility?

This survey is open to those who have been diagnosed with infertility, are undergoing, or have had treatment within the last 5 years across the UK and Ireland and we want you to have your say. If you feel this is relevant to you, we would very much appreciate you…

Search on for new Fertility Network UK chief executive

Fertility Network UK is looking for a new permanent CEO

The Fertility Show is back 20-21 May 2023

Tickets for the show are on sale now.

Tips for coping with Mother’s Day

Mother's Day can be one of the toughest days of the year when you're struggling with infertility. Here are some tips to help you get through the day.

Good news: NHS fertility treatment in Essex to be reinstated

NHS fertility treatment will be reinstated for patients in Mid-Essex and Basildon & Brentwood and access improved in other parts of Essex.

Coping with Christmas

Is there a best way to face the festive season when it fills you with dread? Here are some tips.

Access to NHS IVF in Bristol to change

Who can access NHS-funded fertility treatment in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire is changing.

Fantastic news for Fertility in the Workplace

Fantastic news: we are delighted to announce our ground-breaking Fertility in the Workplace initiative, which aims to change the work landscape for all experiencing fertility issues, has been successful in securing support from the DHSC’s Women’s Health and Wellbeing Fund. We’re looking forward to substantially expanding our vital work helping…

The far-reaching trauma of infertility: Fertility Network UK survey

Fertility Network UK survey reveals the emotional, financial and career impact of infertility and fertility treatment.

A Scottish success story


Fertility treatment is painful, exhausting and upsetting, adding financial pressure to this stressful time is grossly unfair, says Sarah, 34, who was able to access three full IVF cycles because she lives in Scotland.

#FertilityIn5 – have your say during National Fertility Awareness Week

National Fertility Awareness Week 31 Oct – 4 Nov 2022 is your week. That’s why, during the week, we’d like you to tell us and the world • how you are feeling • what you are experiencing • or what needs to change to improve your situation The challenge is…

One month to go to National Fertility Awareness Week

  National Fertility Awareness Week 31 October - 4 November 2022 is just one month away. Make sure to catch these highlights, including a major, new survey revealing: • the emotional impact of infertility and fertility treatment, • the impact of juggling fertility treatment and employment, and • the crippling…

Good news: Study shows no concerning effects of fertility treatment on children’s development

Good news: a new, large study shows there are no concerning effects of fertility treatment on children’s development. The global research, which tracked 158,000 IVF-conceived children from birth to adulthood, found small differences in the growth, weight, and body fat of IVF children reduced with age. Commenting on the study,…

New improved fertility policy for North Central London from 25 July

Positive news: from 25 July, North Central London CCG's new #fertility policy will improve access to NHS-funded fertility treatment for many in the area, which covers Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington. Women under 40 can access up to six embryo transfers from a maximum of three fresh #IVF cycles.…