Fertility Week launched on Monday 2nd November with World Fertility Day. 

As we know fertility and what it means to us can be different and that is ok.  What is important is that fertility is more than just having children it can also be about our identity and how regardless of our future path we feel supported . 

We were so proud to be asked by Fertility Network UK to provide some submissions for this year’s virtual based fertility week. 

We contributed with a range of media across the week and specifically along the themes of Fertility Inequalities and Mental Health Matters. 

The personal experiences shared are real, powerful and emotive and they speak for themselves 

Day 1 – Mhairi

Day 1 – Charlie

Day 2 – Katie