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Tickets on sale 2019
The Fertility Show Seminar Programme 2018

The Fertility Show Seminar Programme 2018

 

Please see below the 2018 seminar programme..New 2019 programme launching in the Spring

 

 

Saturday

11.30 - 12.15
Saturday
Dealing with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Dealing with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Adam Balen talks about what is known about PCOS and the most effective ways of investigating and treating it. 

12.30 - 13.15
Saturday
Reduced ovarian reserve: is anyone too difficult to treat?

Reduced ovarian reserve: is anyone too difficult to treat?

Dr Raef Faris looks at what the boundaries are in reproductive medicine today?  Can anyone be treated and any problem overturned? 

Raef Faris, Consultant Gynaecologist and Fertility Specialist
13.30 - 14.15
Saturday
Natural Cycle and Mild IVF - fertility treatment without the drugs?

Natural Cycle and Mild IVF - fertility treatment without the drugs?

Natural Cycle IVF and Mild IVF are two forms of IVF which require no, or very little, use of the ovary stimulating drugs normally associated with this form of treatment and which can add to the stress and risks of treatment. Professor Geeta Nargund, Medical Director of CREATE Fertility, explains how it works and whether it’s right for you.

13.45 - 14.30
Saturday
Factors to consider when choosing a fertility clinic.

Factors to consider when choosing a fertility clinic.

Kate talks through factors from a clinic’s location, culture, specialisations and waiting times to costs and using the data available on the HFEA website.

Visitor Quote from London 2017: "Thank you to Kate for her impartial advice."

15.30 - 16.15
Saturday
Fertility treatment for older women

Fertility treatment for older women

Tarek outlines the issues related to compromised ovarian reserve and discusses the options and new techniques that can boost fertility and improve success rates for women over 40.

16.30 - 17.15
Saturday
Improving the odds of IVF working for you

Improving the odds of IVF working for you

Yacoub explains what is understood to influence the success or failure of an IVF cycle including some of those factors within a patient’s control.

Sunday

12.45 - 13.30
Sunday
Dealing with and treating, endometriosis

Dealing with and treating, endometriosis

Haitham Hamoda talks through the issues of endometriosis and outlines what can be done to preserve or restore fertility.

12.45-13.30
Sunday
What men need to know about their fertility - testing it, boosting it, treating it

What men need to know about their fertility - testing it, boosting it, treating it

It is often women who carry the shame and worry of infertility and yet men are a significant cause of problems in nearly half of all cases. A low sperm count or poor quality sperm, obstructions or mechanical difficulties can all be problems for those struggling to conceive. In this talk, Allan Pacey, Professor of Andrology at the University of Sheffield, outlines the potential problems, how to test for them and how male fertility might be boosted or treated.

Visitor Quote from London 2017: "Very informative and useful for men in the audience. Beautifully delivered and with humour. Highly recommend."

13.30 - 14.15
Sunday
Testing your fertility and the value of your ovarian reserve

Testing your fertility and the value of your ovarian reserve

James Nicopoullos explains what medical investigations there are to test a woman’s ovarian reserve and what can (and can’t) be done about their fertility.

Visitor Quote from London 2017: "Good speaker with clear slides."

13.30 - 14.15
Sunday
Natural Cycle and Mild IVF - fertility treatment without the drugs?

Natural Cycle and Mild IVF - fertility treatment without the drugs?

Natural Cycle IVF and Mild IVF are two forms of IVF which require no, or very little, use of the ovary stimulating drugs normally associated with this form of treatment and which can add to the stress and risks of treatment. Professor Geeta Nargund, Medical Director of CREATE Fertility, explains how it works and whether it’s right for you.