Thinking about having a family? Following eight successful years in London, the Fertility Show comes to Manchester for the first time later this month offering information, advice and support on fertility issues from the experts. Understanding how fertility works – and what your options are – can take the stress out of conception and The Fertility Show is designed to offer something to everyone wanting to conceive. Whether you’re considering IVF, want to find out about egg and sperm donation, thinking about other alternatives such as surrogacy, or simply want to know how to boost your fertility, then this event is for you. Exhibitors include doctors, clinicians and fertility experts and a seminar programme delivered by specialists such as Professor Charles Kingsland (Hewitt Fertility Centre) Professor Adam Balen Consultant (Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust) and Dr Raj Mathur (Consultant Gynaecologist, Manchester Fertility). Talks will cover everything from factors to consider when choosing a fertility clinic, fertility treatment without drugs, surrogacy arrangements, options for conceiving without a partner and more. For answers to specific questions, head to the Q&A stage where an expert panel, hosted by author and fertility columnist Jessica Hepburn and chaired by Fertility Network UK’s Susan Seenan will aim to answer your questions. Booking in advance – particularly for the seminars – is recommended.
Sat 25 – Sun 26 Mar, Manchester Central, Windmill Street, Manchester M2 3GX. Tel: 0161 834 2700, times vary, £10 per day or £16 weekend pass, www.fertilityshow.co.uk
A Manchester Wire partnership post.
- Ruth Allan
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- Mon 20 Mar 2017