Think Yourself Pregnant?
There have been a number of studies conducted into the connection between neuroscience and infertility and these studies look into how your brain sends "pregnancy lockdown" signals to your body. Sounds bizarre doesn't it? But is it possible, can you really be thinking yourself in.. Read more..
Celebs Who Struggle to Get Pregnant
When you're trying to get pregnant and those pee sticks show minus signs month after month, it can feel like you're the only one who's having fertility issues.. But you're not alone — Hollywood royalty, supermodels, singers, Olympic athletes and more ha.. Read more..
Relax your way to pregnancy
I know you've probably heard it a million times from well wishers telling you that you need to relax and not stress so much and you'll get pregnant
.But the fact is…..it's true!
Stress is a major cont.. Read more..
National Infertility Awareness Week 28th Oct – 3rd Nov 2013-07-12
National Infertility Awareness Week wants to spread the word about infertility, and make people aware of how many people this affects.
Interesting facts shared by Infertility Awareness Week are:
- After pregnancy, infertility is the most common reason for women aged 20–45 to visit their GP
- 1 in 6 couples in the UK experience difficulties conceiving: that’s about 3.5m people
- Over 60,000 cycles of IVF are performed in the UK each year – yet fewer than 25% of these are successful
- The majority of fertility treatment in the UK has to be paid for privately as NHS provision varies depending on your postcode
- In over 40% of instances of infertility, the causes are unexplained
- Fertility declines with age – and that applies to men as well as women.
If you are interested in supporting this event Infertility Awareness Week are calling upon people affected by infertility to get behind the campaign and do one of the following:
- Have a coffee morning and request our NIAW cake toppers!
- Organise a fun run
- Talk to the local media about National Infertility Awareness Week
- Tweet and facebook all your contacts about National Infertility Awareness Week
- Ask if your local gym or yoga instructor will offer fertility related classes
- Ask if your company has a staff fund matching scheme? Or would they consider making I N UK their nominated charity for a year?
- share your story about infertility to your friends and family
- start your own fertility blog
- write a letter to your MP highlighting the lack of provision of fertility treatment on the NHS
- ‘tweet’ or post on FB that you are supporting National Infertility Awareness Week
Please help this amazing cause and help raise awareness!
The Fertility Show – 2nd-3rd November 2013-07-12
The Fertility Show is the main event in the UK discussing all aspects of infertility and how to get pregnant. It brings together many experts in the field of infertility from all aspects, looking at mind, body and soul and also IVF clinics from around the world. It aims to give a full picture of the issue enabling visitors to be fully informed. This is a great forum to ask questions and sit in on seminars.
- 100 exhibitors
- 60 talks from experts
- Medical and complementary alternatives
- Leading UK and overseas clinics
- Fertility assessments and treatments
- Advice for everyone including single women and same sex couples
- Now in its 5th year with 3,500 visitors last year
A fantastic event that’s definitely worth a visit!
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