Fertility Network UK are the nation’s leading patient-focused fertility charity working hard to help people with fertility problems. Fertility Network UK provides free and impartial support, advice, information and understanding for anyone affected by fertility issues.
Our Medical Director, Professor Nargund will be working with Fertility Network UK to produce a selection of specialist webinars and blog posts on range of fertility topics to advise and support women and couples with fertility issues, as well as to promote increased NHS funding, affordability and safety in IVF.
We are dedicated to helping and supporting as many women and couples as possible who are affected by infertility, and we are very excited to partner with Fertility Network UK in order to do this together.
Our Medical Director says, “We’re delighted to work collaboratively with Fertility Network UK to help support fertility patients nationally, promote fertility education and much needed affordability and safety in IVF.”
The situation we are currently in is a cause of concern for everyone, but particularly those who have had to have their fertility treatments put on hold. If you are in this situation and found that to access the things that would normally help you cope is restricted, practicing positive thinking and mindfulness could help with managing any concerns or stress you are currently dealing with.
I know that this is a frustrating time for our patients who have been waiting to start treatment, but we are here to support you as much as possible during this time. Here are a few suggestions that you can do during lockdown so that you are as prepared as possible for when you begin your treatment.
Trying for a baby can be a hugely emotional journey, especially if you are struggling to fall pregnant as quickly as you had hoped. However, there are a number of lifestyle choices you can make to positively impact your fertility.