Expert column

Have your say: please respond to the consultation on access to NHS-funded #fertility treatment from Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes CCG

Have your say: please respond to the consultation on access to NHS-funded #fertility treatment from Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes CCG; anyone can respond, not just those in the area. The CCG is considering reducing the 3 #IVF cycles it offers to just Luton residents & instead offering 1 IVF…

Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes clinical commissioning group (CCG) to hold a public consultation

The Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes clinical commissioning group (CCG) is to hold a public consultation on the number of IVF cycles it offers. At present, the recently merged CCG offers different levels of provision: in Luton, fertility patients can access 3 cycles, but in Milton Keynes and Bedfordshire, patients can…

Media volunteers needed

National Fertility Awareness Week 1-5 Nov 2021 is one month away and we need your help. We will be highlighting the following five themes during the week and we need people happy to share their experiences in these areas with the media (you can be anonymous). If you are able…

Questions needed for FertilityFairness webinar!

We need your help: National Fertility Awareness Week 1-5 November 2021 is just over one month away and we're pleased to announce we will be holding a series of free online webinars during the week. The first is looking at issues around Fertility Fairness - ensuring all clinically eligible fertility patients can…

Please support our London marathon runner – Craig McAllister!

A huge thank you to Craig McAllister who is training hard for this year's London marathon on the 3rd of October. After he and his wife experienced fertility struggles, including failed IVF, OHSS & an ectopic pregnancy, Craig is running the London marathon to raise funds for FNUK.  You can…

Help Fertility Network and Fertifa shape the future of fertility support

Can you help Fertility Network and Fertifa shape the future of #fertility support in the workplace? If you have or are experiencing fertility issues, please complete the online, anonymous 5min survey here One lucky respondent will win a spa break voucher. Look out for the results during Fertility Week 1-5…

We need your help: how has the COVID pandemic impacted your fertility treatment and you?

How has the COVID pandemic impacted your fertility treatment and you? Please let us know by completing this brief online, anonymous survey before Friday 15 October 2021 at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/fnukcovid The results will be shared during National Fertility Awareness Week 1-5 Nov 2021. If you are happy to share your experience…

We’re recruiting!

Come and join us! Fertility Network is recruiting for an England Coordinator. The role is home-based and part-time and involves liaising with the region's support groups, promoting the charity with hospitals and clinics, fundraising, and delivering events. For more info see https://fertilitynetworkuk.org/.../england-coordinator/

What you need to know about Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Webinar for PCOS Awareness Month Join us on Tuesday, 28th September at 6pm, for our PCOS Awareness Month webinar looking at what you need to know about polycystic ovary syndrome. The panellists will be Professor Adam Balen from Leeds Fertility, one of the UK’s leading experts in PCOS, and Grace…

Fertility Network and HIMFertility support for the Urological Health campaign

Fertility Network and HIMFertility are supporting the Urological Health campaign that launches on 20th September within the Guardian and online at Health Awareness via these links here and here Urological Health looks at urological conditions like male infertility, bladder incontinence, prostate cancer and more, and features insightful content from key thought leaders,…

Join us for National Fertility Awareness Week

Join us this 1-5 November 2021 and let’s raise our voices, change the conversation about fertility and ensure everyone who needs support receives it.

Storage limit could be increased from 10 to 55 years

FNUK welcomes news that the storage limit for frozen embryos, eggs and sperm is to be increased to 55 years

Post-pandemic IVF: Why we need to make IVF treatment more accessible and affordable

By Dr Geeta Nargund, Medical Director at CREATE Fertility

Fertility treatment delayed by COVID-19

We recently worked with Health Awareness on the 2021 Reproductive and Gynaecological Health campaign.The content is available online at https://bit.ly/3jlyr2o The campaign featured exclusive content from key thought leaders and industry voices raising awareness for reproductive and gynaecological health issues. Follow the hashtag on social media #ReproGynaeCampaign

How technology is making fertility treatment more accessible to all

By Susan Diamond, Director at Fertility Consent

Fertility Limbo – How to Get Unstuck and Take Control

By Deborah Brock, NUA Fertility

The Fertility Show’s “Let’s All Talk” Free Webinar Series

Starting Your Fertility Treatment - January 2021
By Sophie Sulehria