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Kate Davies’ #PCOS30DayChallenge is back

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Kate Davies’ #PCOS30DayChallenge is back

Kate Davies along with 4 experts, will be sharing their PCOS knowledge with you. The challenge involves weekly live webinars on; motivation and emotional health, nutrition, exercise and weight loss and supplements and herbs for PCOS. During this challenge you will also have access to PCOS recipes and diet plans, a bespoke PCOS exercise plan, a downloadable meditation and more. Kate has also developed workbooks to accompany the webinars and for you to use at home. There is also a dedicated #PCOS30DayChallenge Facebook support group community to help to keep you motivated and on track. New for this challenge is the opportunity to ‘buddy up’ with a challenge buddy, who can offer you support.

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Don't Miss Fertility Fest 2018-Dr Fertility Will Be There!

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Don't Miss Fertility Fest 2018-Dr Fertility Will Be There!

We had a fantastic time at The Fertility Show in our home city of Manchester in March. One of the highlights of the show was meeting up with our #FertilityFriend Jessica Hepburn. Jessica never ceases to amaze, inspire and enthuse us.    Led by arts producers and former IVF patients, Jessica Hepburn and Gabby Vautier, the festival returns for its second edition at the Bush Theatre in London between 8 - 13 May 2018. Over six days, 150 world-class artists and fertility experts will share the stage in a unique programme of discussion, debate, support and solidarity about what it...

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15 Takeaways from Alex Jones, Fertility & Me, BBC One Documentary

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15 Takeaways from Alex Jones, Fertility & Me, BBC One Documentary

For those of you who missed Alex Jones’ excellent documentary 'Fertility & Me' on BBC One, starring the brilliant Professor Allan Pacey, we have summarised 15 takeaways with links to further information for you.   3.5 million people struggle with fertility in the UK In her 40’s a woman only has 50% chance of conceiving in the 12 months of trying 51 is the average age of menopause but some women experience it in their 40’s If you are older a Fertility MOT can identify any potential fertility issues Lifestyle factors can affect fertility such as age, sleep, stress, alcohol,...

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