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One at a Time - Fertility Treatment and Multiple Births -

One at a time is a professionally-led site aimed at reducing the risks of multiple pregnancies from fertility treatment. The information on this site is gathered from many authoritative sources, including a consultation process and research into Single Embryo Transfer (SET) in other countries. Information for patients and professionals.

Infertility Network UK -

Infertility Network UK has come about from the merger of CHILD, The National Infertility Support Network and ISSUE, The National Fertility Association who merged on 1st December 2003. This merger brings about one of the largest information and support networks for those experiencing fertility problems. For more information, please follow the link.

HFEA - Human Fertilisation & Emryology Authority -

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) is a Government body that regulates and inspects all UK clinics providing IVF, donor insemination or the storage of eggs, sperm or embryos. The HFEA also licenses and monitors all human embryo research being conducted in the UK. They hold independent information about choosing a Fertility clinic that allows patients to search for clinics in their location and see success rates and the different services they offer.

Donor Conception Network -

DCNetwork is a network of parents with children conceived with donated sperm, eggs or embryos, adult offspring, and those contemplating or undergoing treatment. Our membership now comprises families and individuals from all over the UK and abroad. We distribute newsletters, hold national meetings at least twice a year, and local groups are holding meetings in their own areas.

Care Fertility -

CARE is the largest, independent provider of fertility treatments in the UK. They offer fertility treatments as well as support and advice. Their Bulletin Board allows you to talk ´virtually´ with others about assisted reproduction topics, anonymously if required.

British Fertility Society -

Founded in 1972 the British Fertility Society aims to provide a common forum for members of various disciplines, with an interest in infertility, reproductive medicine and biology, to meet and discuss practice, research, policy and ethics for the advancement of the subject. They also provide imformation to the public in the form of useful factsheets.

Ace Babes -

ACeBabes was formed to provide parents of children born through assisted conception with ongoing support, which was unavailable elsewhere. Provides a support network through its social events, bulletin board and information.

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