Fertility Fair in Harley Street, hosted by the London Women's Clinic
EVENT - 10TH MARCH 2017
Find out more about your fertility treatment options and get your questions answered by the experts in a safe and welcoming setting in the heart of the medical district at the first Fertility Fair in Harley Street, London.
What to expect
Throughout the weekend are a number of seminars focused on various subjects relevant to fertility. Experts will be on hand all weekend to talk you through your options and give you free advice in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Who should attend
Heterosexual couples wishing to find out more about their fertility choices and options available; lesbian couples looking to discuss using donor sperm to start a family; single women wanting to understand their fertility, options for the future or treatment using a sperm donor; and gay couples wanting to find out more about surrogacy and egg donation.
Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th March
Hosted by the London Women's Clinic and London Sperm Bank
Our INSEMINAR events are a great chance to learn more about treatment with donor sperm, find out about your fertility and how to select a sperm donor.
11:00am (and 12:00pm on Sunday)
FERTILITY AND YOUR FUTURE: FERTILITY MOTS AND EGG FREEZING
Hosted by the London Women's Clinic and London Egg Bank
In this seminar we will cover the basics of how to find out about your fertility and different treatment options available in order to make well-informed decisions for the future. Hello Goodbye
12:00pm (Saturday only)
TOP TEN WAYS TO COPE WITH INFERTILITY
Hosted by Anya Sizer of the Fertility Network UK
Anya Sizer is a regional organiser at Fertility Network UK and proud mum of two IVF children and also a young adopted son. In this practical workshop, Anya will go through her top ten techniques for maintaining a positive and constructive approach during fertility treatment.
FERTILITY FOR THE OVER 40S
Hosted by the Bridge Centre
Women over 40 will generally find it more difficult to conceive. This programme brings together a range of techniques known to be beneficial to women inthis age group including IVF, IVF with genetic testing and donor eggs.
NEXT GENERATION IVF: ONE BY ONE IVF
Hosted by the Bridge Centre
One by One is an innovative new approach that involves freezing all embryos in an IVF cycle and transferring after thawing "one by one" in later non-stimulated cycles. Combined with pre-implementation genetic screening (PGS) the new programme boasts fantastic success rates.
IVF LITE: FEWER DRUGS AND MORE AFFORDABLE THAN CONVENTIONAL IVF
Hosted by the London Women's Clinic
The LWC has long been at the forefront of IVF developments in the UK. New developments in IVF now mean that a new mild approach to IVF is possible which is simpler, safer and more affordable than conventional IVF.