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National Fertility and Reproductive Health Campaign

National Fertility and Reproductive Health Campaign

Mediaplanet UK have launched a national Fertility and Reproductive Health Campaign. The information will be circulated in The Guardian newspaper and online via the national Patient Info website and on http://www.healthawareness.co.uk. My Future Family are supporting this campaign because it links in with our passion in supporting people to start their family when they needRead more about National Fertility and Reproductive Health Campaign[…]

The first Fertility Fair in Harley Street, hosted by the London Women’s Clinic

The first Fertility Fair in Harley Street, hosted by the London Women’s Clinic

So you’ve decided you’re ready to have a child but you have no idea where to start. You’ve heard how some people make arrangements with male friends to get pregnant and of course everyone mentions the turkey baster. But, this is an important decision and you think it deserves more attention. Where do you start?Read more about The first Fertility Fair in Harley Street, hosted by the London Women’s Clinic[…]

National Fertility Awareness Week

National Fertility Awareness Week

Fertility issues are all too often misrepresented and misunderstood. It’s common for media attention to be focused on stereotypes of fertility struggles: the 30 – or 40 – something career woman who’s left it too late; the against-the-odds IVF success story or the woman who’s apparently easily come to terms with childlessness –  but thisRead more about National Fertility Awareness Week[…]

Donor conception – same stress different families

Donor conception – same stress different families

If there was one model to follow on how to deal with the stress of donor conception, it would make the whole process a lot easier. There’s often a misguided assumption that assisted conception will be easier for some types of families than others, but sadly, that’s not the case. For anyone trying to conceiveRead more about Donor conception – same stress different families[…]