Fertility Journeys | Wellbeing of Women
Our event will explore common questions about fertility, such as when to start thinking about your fertility and
Our event will explore common questions about fertility, such as when to start thinking about your fertility and potential complications.
One in seven couples struggle with their fertility, yet we still don’t talk about the issue openly. However, the tide is turning, with greater discussion in the media and online and more people opting to use donor eggs or preserve their fertility through freezing eggs and sperm. Employers are also becoming more proactive about fertility by putting support in place for staff undergoing treatment.
Join our Chair Professor Dame Lesley Regan and Lisa Webber, Consultant Gynaecologist and Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine, to explore common questions about women and couples’ fertility journeys.
Together they will cover:
- When to start thinking about fertility?
- What are the potential complications?
- What are the routes to pregnancy?
- Do we know enough about our fertility?
- What are the myths surrounding fertility?
The session will explore ways to open up the conversation around fertility, so employers, colleagues, friends and family members can better support those going through complications and understand the impact it can have.
Have a question for one of our speakers? Email [email protected] before the event and they’ll do their best to answer your questions during the session.
(Thursday) 13:00 - 14:00