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The Fertility Show Returns To Manchester This Weekend

The Fertility Show returns to Manchester this weekend, following its hugely popular first year in the North-West (March 2017). The two-day Show looks set to welcome thousands of prospective parents through its doors for this unique opportunity to get information, advice and support on fertility issues from the experts under one roof. Trinity PR are delighted to be managing the PR and press office for the event.

The Fertility Show Manchester, held in association with Fertility Network UK, is a follow up to the renowned London Show, which celebrated its ninth year in November last year and welcomed almost 3,000 visitors. To give even more people access to expert fertility advice, the UK’s most popular fertility event now travels to the North.

In the UK, 1 in 6 couples struggle with fertility and the need for information and support is in high demand.  The Show is for everyone wanting to conceive. Whether you’re considering IVF, want to find out about egg and sperm donation, thinking about other alternatives such as surrogacy, or simply want to know how to boost your fertility, then this event is for you.

Manchester’s Central Convention Complex will play host to exhibitors including doctors, clinicians and fertility experts all offering help, support and guidance as to where to go next on your fertility journey. The Show will also feature a diverse seminar programme, with 30 topical sessions across the two days delivered by experts in the field such as, Author, Helen Davies, Professor Adam Balen, Consultant in Reproductive Medicine at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Dr Raj Mathur, Consultant Gynecologist, Manchester Fertility, Professor Allan Pacey, Professor of Andrology at the University of Sheffield School of Medicine and Biomedical Science and Medical Director of CREATE fertility Professor Geeta Nargund.

Key issues and hot topics that will be discussed in Manchester include:

  • Secondary infertility – Trying for another baby
  • Natural cycle and mild IVF – fertility treatment without the drugs?
  • Options for adoption
  • Improving the odds of IVF working for you
  • Dealing with and treating endometriosis
  • What men need to know about fertility
  • Infertility management and the rule of 3

Visitors to the Show will also have the opportunity to be involved in the unique Q&A stage, running throughout the two days in association with Fertility Network UK.  The stage gives visitors an opportunity to put forward their questions, either openly or anonymously, to a panel of experts.

Unsurprisingly the Show has gained some fantastic coverage:

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