IVF Babble is a gorgeous looking website with a whole host of informative and friendly information, from understanding different symptoms you might be experiencing during your cycle to what to ask about at your fertility clinic. There’s also celebrity interviews and discussions with experts in the fertility field. I had a chat with its founders Sara Marshall-Page and Tracey Bambrough who have both been on their own fertility journey’s and both have twins! Both ladies discovered they had conditions affecting their fertility, Tracey had Endometriosis and Sara suffered from Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrom (OHSS) and using their experiences the pair are pioneering a sassy new platform that I think is great and I hope you do too.
You will also hear us discuss IVF Buddy which is launching in April and will enable people going through fertility struggles to find someone else to talk to, this is a brilliant idea as so often when you’re having to get your head around IVF it’s hard to know who to talk to. I had my best friend there for me, as she had previously been through three rounds of IVF before having success and I was then able to share my experience with another good friend. If I’d have known about IVF Buddy when I was going through my treatment I might well have encouraged my husband to have a look as he was much more reluctant to speak to anyone about it but me.
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March for endometriosis this month. Read more about this and to find out where in the U.K. the events are taking… https://t.co/XXFR7OPtqD
— IVFbabble (@ivfbabble) March 6, 2017