The Fertility Forum – A day that brought the professionals and the public together


The Fertility Forum 2019 was a collaborative effort by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the British Fertility Society (BFS); alongside the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) and Ferility Network UK (FNUK) and a host of other organisations. It was held at the home of the RCOG on Saturday 30th March in central London. The aim was to provide a full day of evidence-based and impartial information for those affected by fertility problems.

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The Language of Loss #MiscarriageInTheMedia Ep.2

Should we be changing the terminology we use to describe baby loss?

I read this article in The Guardian today:

TheGuardian ProductOfConception Image from The Guardian


I have just discovered Katy Lindemann. She is a woman who has unfortunately been through a tough fertility journey. She’s been through the whole lot – pregnancy loss, IVF and is now facing her next challenge infertility. She has a blog at Über Barrens Club where she tells an important story of people who have not been able to have a ‘take home baby’ of their own. She aims to share a story of hope to show that things can still be okay. I understand she is due to publish a book… I wait with bated breath.

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