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Self Help Groups

  • Herts Support Group

    A support group for people with fertility problems in the Hertfordshire area.
  • Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority

    The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) was set up in August 1991 by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990. The HFEA's principal tasks are to licence and monitor clinics that carry out in vitro fertilisation (IVF), donor insemination (DI) and human embryo research. The...
  • Infertility Network Nottingham

    I.N.N is for anyone with fertility problems, regardless of their location, clinic, or cause of infertility. The group meets once a month in a non clinical environment to share information, experiences and offer support.
  • Infertility Network UK

    Infertility Network UK Infertility Network UK are the UK’s leading infertility support network, offering information and support to anyone affected by fertility problems. We provide information which we hope will enable those who are experiencing fertility problems to make informed choices...
  • Infertility Research Trust

    The group meets on a monthly basis in the clinic. Individual and couple counselling is also available.
  • Issue - National Fertility Association

    Help, information and support for infertile couples.
  • ivfworld.com

    ivfworld.com are a supportive community and network for fertility patients making a positive difference to those experiencing the pain of fertility issues and celebrating the joy when it is overcome. They give you free Message Boards, a Personal Notebook so you can introduce yourself to other...
  • Jersey Infertility Network (formerly Jersey ISSUE Support Group)

    The group offers support and information to people with fertility problems
  • Link Support Group

    A self-help patient support group for couples undergoing fertility investigations and treatment in and around the Merseyside area.
  • Mensfe - The mens fertility forum

    Mensfe has been founded because two men had concerns that male fertility issues were not being dealt with as prominently as they should be. One of the Founders, Pip Reilly, is a professional fertility Counsellor and has been involved with fertility charities and various organistaions for more than...