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Wales Fertility Education Project

by Adam Howarth, Editor
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Wales Fertility Education Project Launch

We have received the following article about a Wales fertility education project.

As part of #FertilityWeek, Fertility Network UK launch their #FertilityEducation project ‘Your Future Fertility’ in Wales.

They will be speaking to young adults across Wales about reproductive health. Additionally, they will be making them aware of lifestyle factors that could impact future fertility.

Are you aged between 16 and 30? Ever thought about your future fertility?

Would you like to be in with a chance of winning a £50 Amazon voucher? To enter their FREE PRIZE DRAW, please take part in the ‘Your Future Fertility’ survey. It’s quick and simple. Just click on the link and take part.  Finally, when you’ve completed the survey, hit submit. Good luck!

Please contact Alice Matthews, Wales Co-ordinator, for further details. Mobile: 07563 734 808.

You can also go to their website by clicking here.

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Fertility Network UK Overview

At Fertility Network UK, we provide a number of support groups (across the country as well as online). These groups will give you the opportunity to share your story with, and get advice from, others who are also trying to conceive. We also host regular free online webinars. Each session provides impartial help, support and understanding about its carefully chosen relevant topic.

Reach our Support Line on 0121 323 5025 between 10am-4pm on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. It is run by our fertility nurse Diane, who will try to answer and support you through your queries. In terms of questions of funding, support groups and appealing to your MP, etc, we run an Infoline on 01424 732 361.

To understand your own fertility and fertility treatment, we have a number of Fertility Factsheets that you are able to download for free. These factsheets contain expert advice.

Our main objectives are fighting for fair funding, providing support for those with fertility issues across the UK and to advance public education on their fertility as well as raise awareness for fertility issues. Check out our Campaigns page to find out more as well as how to get involved.

We hope you enjoyed our article about the Fertility Network UK Project Launch. Please click here for more of our articles on local charities.

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