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The Agora Fertility Clinic

UK TV presenter, June Sarong, talks about her decision to freeze her eggs

 

AFRICA talking about the affect of infertility culturally and socially

   

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Louise Brown, the world’s first IVF baby, talks about why she’s supporting World Fertility Day

When my mum gave birth to me in 1978 it brought to an end a nine year desire to have a baby of her own. She was bringing up my sister Sharon,…

Speaking out about fertility across the globe and cultures

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Sharing your stories to inspire others

It can sometimes feel so hard to want to face your innermost thoughts But the power of sharing your own story with others and then the realisation that you are not alone…

Leading global experts are here to guide you

With the internet full of misinformation about the facts of trying to conceive, fertility treatment, IVF and surrogacy and the causes of infertility, World Fertility Day is your opportunity to ask leading…

Educating young women on fertility

More needs to be done to educate young women on getting pregnant, one of the UK’s leading advice columnists has warned Dr Miriam Stoppard, who has a regular column in The Mirror…