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Video: The London Women’s Clinic and fertility over 40

Video: The London Women’s Clinic and fertility over 40

The London Women’s’ Clinic talk about fertility over 40 for women who visit their clinic. Find out from Venessa Smith what they offer. This video is part of a series of videos from The London Women’s Clinic, produced by My Future Family The London Women’s Clinic The London Women’s Clinic provides IVF and fertility treatmentsRead more about Video: The London Women’s Clinic and fertility over 40[…]

Video: Key considerations on using a known donor

Video: Key considerations on using a known donor

Colin Rogerson from law firm Dawson Cornwell talks about using a known donor for conception. If you’re considering using a known donor as an option to start your future family, watch this video to find out more. Dawson Cornwell are legal partners for the My Future Family Fertility Show. Come and see them and speakRead more about Video: Key considerations on using a known donor[…]

Couples Considering Surrogacy Urged Not To Ignore Legal Protection

Couples Considering Surrogacy Urged Not To Ignore Legal Protection

Couples who are using surrogacy to have children are urged by specialist family lawyers to ensure they understand the legal implications of the issue. Data from the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (CAFCASS) has revealed that the number of applications from adults seeking parental rights in relation to a child born throughRead more about Couples Considering Surrogacy Urged Not To Ignore Legal Protection[…]

Donor insemination for lesbian women who want to start a family

Donor insemination for lesbian women who want to start a family

2017 exhibitor at the My Future Family Show, Complete Fertility share a small amount of their wealth of knowledge around donor insemination for lesbian women. An increase in donor insemination for lesbians The UK’s fertility regulator, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), published in its annual report on statistics and trends in UK fertilityRead more about Donor insemination for lesbian women who want to start a family[…]

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[…]

The 4th annual Families Through Surrogacy Conference is taking place in London

The 4th annual Families Through Surrogacy Conference is taking place in London

To help intended parents and potential surrogates navigate difficult journeys, Families Through Surrogacy is holding its fourth annual conference in London on 11 March 2016. About the conference The conference will bring together intended parents, surrogates and surrogacy experts from the UK, USA, Canada, Ukraine and Asia to understand how best to ensure that surrogacyRead more about The 4th annual Families Through Surrogacy Conference is taking place in London[…]

5 tips for picking an LGBT-friendly Fertility Clinic

5 tips for picking an LGBT-friendly Fertility Clinic

Kathryn Bryant, a fertility consultant has 5 tips for starting your journey to creating your future family for LGBT people. 1. Beware of becoming  just a number All fertility clinics will be vying for your business. They invest heavily in great marketing and some have done very well at waving the rainbow flag to getRead more about 5 tips for picking an LGBT-friendly Fertility 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[…]