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Welcome to our new website!

In designing our new website we put a great deal of thought into how it should best serve our patients. Our aim was to make a site that is both fully informative yet understandable for everyone. Fertility treatment can be complicated, especially if you are new to it all, so we have tried to explain […]

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Interesting article from Essex County Council on smoking and Pregnancy

 New figures have revealed that during 2015/16, around one in ten pregnant women in Essex were smokers at the time of having their babies.  Although Essex has seen a decline in numbers in recent years and has lower levels than the national targets, the figures confirm that 1,500 women were smoking during pregnancy.  Today, we […]

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Mothering Sunday

Mother’s Day stands out as one of the most important days of the year for The Fertility Partnership (TFP), as a celebration for all those parents we’ve helped achieve their dreams. We see what we do as a privilege and a special gift; that we are able to help mums be mums. There are so […]

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The Fertility Partnership Continues to Give Life a Helping Hand

UK’s leading fertility group donates £23,600 to Bliss Every year around two thousand babies are born needing neonatal care in Essex. Over 96,500 babies are admitted to neonatal care in the UK because they have either been born prematurely, or full term but sick. Bliss exists to ensure that all of these babies have the […]

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World Health Organisation changes the definition of Infertility to include single Men and Women

Andy Glew comments on BBC Three Counties Radio.  The telegraph reported on the WHO’s latest plans to define single men and women as infertilie if seeking to have a baby.  This opens up some interesting debates on NHS funding and the rights of a child to have a family. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/10/19/single-men-will-get-the-right-to-start-a-family-under-new-defini/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p048rzy2#play

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Do you know your fertility?

The One Show presenter, Alex Jones, believes that women have a lack of information about their fertility and is encouraging women to do something about it. She shared her views after discovering her mother went through the menopause at 43, prompting Alex, 39, to question her own fertility and understand her options.  Since then she […]

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Share Something Amazing – A campaign to increase awareness for Egg Donation

Fertility treatment has transformed the lives of thousands of women. Every year, around 2,000 children are born in the UK as a result of donated eggs, sperm or embryos. The problem is, the UK just doesn’t have enough egg donors. To increase awareness of egg donation we arranged an awareness and recruitment campaign aimed at […]

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