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Self Help Groups

  • A Little Wish

    'A little wish* provides many areas of information and support for infertility and overcoming infertility. We support people though pregnancy to allow them to make more informed decisions eg homebirth, caesarean, hysterectomy, mutipal birth, etc.
  • ACeBabes

    AceBabes (Families Following Assisted Conception) was originally formed in December of 1998, with a handful of members based in the Nottingham area. The group has grown and its membership base has extended through the East Midlands and beyond. It was borne out of the knowledge that, as parents of...
  • AssistedConception.Org

    AssistedConception.Org is an online infertility support and information website. Its creation has come from personal experiences with infertility and fertility treatment throughout the last few years. The site has been developed for patients by patients in an attempt to inform and improve public...
  • Ayrshire Infertility Support Group

    Support group meets monthly. Fact sheets and newsletter available.
  • Bath Fertility Support Group

    The group holds meetings every month. We run a 24-hour telephone support line, which is completely confidential.
  • Bristol Centre for Reproductive Medicine

    The Bristol Centre for Reproductive Medicine's website provides information for anyone in the UK interested in reproductive medicine. Information is included on the Centre, support groups - including links to other organisations, information on the following fertility issues. Basic fertility...
  • British Infertility Counselling Association

    British Infertility Counselling Association (BICA) is a professional association for infertility counsellors and counselling in the UK. BICA aims to encourage and facilitate its members to provide the highest standards of counselling support to people affected by fertility issues. It seeks to...
  • CHILD

    This is a national self-help support group for those suffering from infertility. The services CHILD offers include Helplines, Medical Advisers, Local Groups, over 35 factsheets, Quarterly newsletter full of articles, letters, information. Membership is not a prerequisite for assistance
  • Childlessness Overcome Through Surrogacy

    COTS is a voluntary organisation assisting both childless couples and surrogates
  • Concept Infertility Support Group

    CONCEPT is a support group for people with sub-fertility/infertility problems.