The Fertility Show returns to Manchester Central, 24 – 25 March

The Fertility Show returns to Manchester Central, 24 – 25 March

The Fertility Show is back again and will be returning to Manchester this March, after its successful launch Show last year. Located at Manchester Central Convention Complex, the Show expects to mirror the success of its London event, that celebrated its ninth year and welcomed almost 3,000 visitors through its doors in November.

This year’s Show will play host to over 50 exhibitors including doctors, clinics and nutritionists, all offering help, support and guidance as to where to go next on your fertility journey. The Show will also feature it’s renowned seminar programme, that continues to go from strength to strength, with 30 topical sessions across the 2 days delivered by experts in the field.

The Show aims to provide a platform for those who are looking to start or extend their family or who are seeking general support or advice. The Show will bring a wealth of support and expertise from local IVF clinics based in Manchester, Leeds and Liverpool as well as renowned experts from across the UK and globally. Visitors can also have one-to-one conversations in confidence with experts exhibiting at the Show, and leave feeling more able to make informed decisions about their fertility journey.

Expert seminars

The diverse and educational seminar programme showcases a carefully selected range of topics presented by independent experts, from both the NHS and private sectors. Visitors can book tickets to listen to some of the UK’s leading fertility experts such as Mr Andrew Drakeley, The Hewitt Fertility Centre, Kate Brian, HFEA, Professor Simon Fishel, Care Fertility and Dr David Polson, Manchester Fertility.

30 seminars over the 2 day event will cover topics including:

Treatment add-ons. Do they add up? Single women? Thinking about having a baby? Options for adoption Improving the odds of IVF working for you Factors to consider when choosing a fertility clinic in the UK and abroad Reduced ovarian reserve What men need to know about their fertility – testing it, boosting it and treating it

Q&A stage

Our Q&A stage, in association with Fertility Network UK, gives visitors an opportunity to put forward their questions, either openly or anonymously, to a panel of experts. This year in Manchester, Jessica Hepburn, author of The Pursuit of Motherhood, will once again host a series of thought provoking sessions including:

Patient stories from Fertility Road with editor Tone Jarvis Male infertility panel with Professor Allan Pacey, Head of Andrology for Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Mr Marc Lucky, Liverpool Women’s Hospital and Olly Kayes, Leeds Teaching Hospital Holistic care during your fertility journey – a nurse panel with Andreia Trigo, inFertileLife, Shiona Johnston, Dumfries House Trust in Ayrshire, Anthea Tween, Care Fertility

Get your tickets

Tickets are priced at £10 for each day or £16 for a weekend tickets. Individual seminars can be booked for an additional £3 per session. With a range of exhibitors including doctors, clinicians and fertility experts appearing at the event it will give visitors a cost effective and confidential way to get information first hand, in one place! For more information, visit:

Posted: 28/02/2018 18:01:59


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