The Fertility Show comes to Manchester for the first time – how to get tickets – Manchester Evening News

The Fertility Show is heading to Manchester for the first time this year, aimed at prospective parents and couples who may be facing difficulty conceiving.

The two-day show - at Manchester Central on March 25 and 26 - bills itself as 'a unique opportunity to get information, advice and support on fertility issues from the experts under one roof.'

The Fertility Show Manchester, held in association with Fertility Network UK, is a follow up to the established London Show, which celebrated its eighth year last November and welcomed almost 3,000 visitors.

The show 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. It will also feature a seminar programme, with 30 topical sessions across the two days delivered by fertility experts, and a Q&A stage, where people can ask questions - openly or anonymously.

In the UK, one in six couples struggle with fertility and the need for information and support is in high demand.

According to organisers, some of the big topics at the show will be stress and its impact on fertility; fertility treatment for older women; next generation IVF; what men need to know about fertility; single women and lesbian couples options for conceiving, and ow to keep costs down.

Tickets for the show cost 10 for one day or 16 for both days, with seminar tickets costing 3.

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