Tickets to The Fertility Show to win

The Fertility Show

The UK’s largest and most established fertility event, The Fertility Show, returns to Olympia, London this November and we have tickets to win

Tickets to the show are now on sale and are priced at £12 for a day ticket (£15 on the door) or £20 for a two-day ticket with seminars at £3 each.

The Show is entering its ninth year of helping all those looking to start, or extend, a family by providing expert advice about the fertility journey and exploring treatment options such as IVF, egg and sperm donation and surrogacy.

Each year, The Fertility Show London brings together leading fertility specialists from the UK and overseas, making it an invaluable, educational and informative resource for parents-to-be. It’s easy to see why the show is the biggest and highest attended event for fertility patients in the world, with expert talks over the two days from the world’s leading fertility specialists. More than 100 exhibitors including organisations and advice groups, UK and overseas clinics, charities and patient care groups, acupuncture, nutritionists and councillors.

 

Read a feature on Freeing Your Mind to Improve Fertility by one of the show’s speakers, Russell Davis.

Seminars this year include:

  • Fertile; how lifestyle changes may improve fertility with Emma Cannon, Emma Cannon Clinic.
  • Managing relationships through infertility with Tracey Sainsbury, Fertility Counsellor working with The Lister Fertility Clinic, London Egg Bank and London Sperm Bank.
  • Preparing for IVF with Zita West, Zita West Clinic.
  • LGBT parenting in the UK with Natalie Gamble, Natalie Gamble Associates.
  • What men need to know about their fertility – testing it, boosting it, treating it with Professor Allan Pacey, University of Sheffield.
  • Secondary Infertility – what you need to know and why it matters with Helen Davies, author of More Love to Give.

Visitor feedback from last year’s Show confirmed that The Fertility Show’s first ever Q&A stage was a real success. So, the lively Q&A stage will be returning for 2017, with sessions running throughout the two days, giving visitors an opportunity to put their questions directly to an exclusive expert panel.

The Fertility Show is hosted in association with Fertility Network UK (INUK) and runs alongside National Fertility Awareness Week (30th October-5th November 2017).  This year, NFAW is based around #TalkFertility to encourage people to talk about fertility, as this is one of the best ways to raise awareness, break taboos and shatter myths about being unable to have a baby.

Susan Seenan, Chief Executive of Fertility Network UK, comments, “The Fertility Show is an opportunity to get good quality medical information from recognised experts and a feel for the treatment options out there.  I think what’s helpful for people who come to an event like this, is that they leave feeling much more empowered to make decisions about where they’d want to go and which path they want to follow after attending the Show.  The more information that people have, the easier it is for them to take control of whatever it is that might be next for them in their journey towards becoming a parent.”

Tickets for the show can be purchased directly from http://www.fertilityshow.co.uk/london Follow the Show on Twitter @fertilityshow or join us on Facebook.

We have ten pairs of Weekend tickets to give away worth £40, so you and your partner can visit the show for the weekend. Seminars are an additional cost.

To enter, fill in the form below.

 

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Competition closes 31 May 2017, one entry per person.

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