LAUNCHING MONDAY 9TH MAY – SEASON 4!!
I’ve been talking about this for some time and tweeting about it, and now I can officially give you a launch date for my next season sponsored by Access Fertility, and you can hear all about what Access Fertility do here .
I’ve been working with Access and visiting their clinics all around the UK, to give you a insight into the clinics they work with to help you decide if you’d like to go there. I have visited all these clinics with the intention to ask the kind of questions that I would have wanted to know and the beauty of a podcast is you can listen again. You’ll know if you’ve already started your fertility journey it can be a real case of information overload at times. Each clinic I visit you’ll have a link through to their website and useful contact details if you want to ask any further questions.
I feel like I’ve been on a real journey with all these visits, learning so much about the treatment available around the UK and how important it is for you to feel comfortable with where you choose to go.
When my husband and I had our fertility treatment, we were fortunate to be eligible for NHS funding, and if you’ve listened to my podcasts you’ll have heard me talk about how we were treated at Bourn Hall in Cambridge. We had no idea it was steeped in such history, being the birthplace of the world’s first IVF baby, Louise Brown, and I never thought I’d end up chatting with Louise Brown but I did and you hear her story here.
The Fertility Podcast has been on a remarkable journey since its launch in 2014 with over 25,000 downloads all over the world. Whilst this season is focused on clinics in the UK, I hope if you aren’t based here – you will still find the episodes of interest as they could give you some ideas of things to ask when you visit clinics wherever you are based.
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