Infertility Support Group

A new Infertility Support Group has been set up to bring together anyone currently experiencing infertility who would like to meet with others, to share information and experiences and for mutual support and understanding.
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Everyone who is affected by infertility is welcome to join the group irrespective of the stage they are at in their infertility journey and their sexuality, including heterosexual and same sex couples, men and women, whether currently single or in a relationship.We meet on the last Monday evening of each month at the Complete Fertility Centre Southampton, Princess Anne Hospital, Level G, Coxford Road, Southampton, SO16 5YA.

Infertility Support Group Donor Conception Information Evening Monday June 7 to At Complete Fertility Centre Southampton, An evening for anyone who is considering fertility treatment using donor sperm or eggs

New 2017 dates:  Monday 30th January  Monday 27th February  Monday 27th March  Monday 24th April  Monday 22nd May  Monday 26th June

New 2017 dates: Monday January Monday February Monday March Monday April Monday May Monday June

Infertility Support Group Meeting Every month Free to attend and open to everyone Faciltated by our Counsellor Ruth Wilde Register by emailing ruth.

National Infertility Awareness Week sees launch of new Infertility Support Group and Great Cake Bake in Southampton. Staff are really excited to be supporting the Great Cake Bake as part of the national Infertility Awareness Week and will bake cupcakes for new members of this support group to enjoy at their first session as well as selling them in the Centre throughout the week. The money raised will be used to support the 3.5 million people suffering from some sort of infertility.

National Infertility Awareness Week sees launch of new Infertility Support Group and Great Cake Bake in Southampton. Staff are really excited to be supporting the Great Cake Bake as part of the national Infertility Awareness Week and will bake cupcakes for new members of this support group to enjoy at their first session as well as selling them in the Centre throughout the week. The money raised will be used to support the 3.5 million people suffering from some sort of infertility.

A new Infertility Support Group has been set up to bring together anyone currently experiencing infertility who would like to meet with others, to share information and experiences and for mutual support and understanding.

A new Infertility Support Group has been set up to bring together anyone currently experiencing infertility who would like to meet with others, to share information and experiences and for mutual support and understanding.

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