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Pride fertility event

Pride fertility event

To celebrate Manchester Pride ‘Talk Fertility’ who organise fertility support meetups has its next event for the LGBTQ community, to make sure you know who you can turn to for any questions you have about starting or completing your family. Or maybe you just have a general question about your fertility.

If you’re keen to find out more about:

What are your options when it comes to starting a family including fertility preservation?

What are the costs of fertility treatment - including tests you might need?

What legal information do you need to think about?

What support is available?

How do you have a conversation with your future child about how they were made?

Join us for an expert panel with two leading Manchester fertility clinics, who have a lot of experience within the LGBTQ community. From our Talk Fertility team, you'll get to meet our resident fertility nutritionist and solo Mum plus you will hear parenting stories from other same-sex couples.

Come, chat, ask questions or if you'll be nursing a post Pride hangover the event will be streamed by webinar and sent to all attendees, plus it's going to be published via The Fertility Podcast which you can get via all of your favourite podcast apps.

Our panel includes:

Professor Luciano Nardo - Medical Director, Reproductive Health Group

Care Fertility - Donor Conception team

Mel Johnson - Fertility coach and Solo Mum, Founder of Stork and I

Rosie Tadman - Fertility Nutritional Therapist

Plus our Talk Fertility team will also be there, to chat and give you more of their insight.

Click below for location and times.

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Published: 15-Aug-2019

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