Free fertility support

Cmhc-LqWYAAWk88In recent years, there has been a huge increase in the numbers of people offering fertility support services – often at premium prices from people who have no relevant qualifications and limited knowledge or expertise. What many people don’t realise is that the national charity, Fertility Network UK, provides an amazing range of support services which are all completely free.

The Fertility Network Support Line, run by a former fertility nurse, Diane, offers a unique fertility support service. Diane has a wealth of experience and has worked for the charity for more than 20 years, She can help not only with minor medical questions but provide you with the help you need based on her years of experience, and all calls to her are in complete confidence.

The Support Line has often been described as a ‘lifeline’ by those dealing with fertility issues. It is very normal to feel isolated, out of control, lonely or depressed when dealing with infertility, and Diane is there to help. No question is too trivial to ask and even if you just want to talk you can give her a call on 0121 323 5025 between 10am – 4pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, or email her at

Of course, that’s not all the charity has to offer. You can find a wide range of support groups right across the UK, an online community, a Facebook page and masses of information. Do check it out now at and save the money you were about to spend – or perhaps consider donating it!

Free fertility support from a qualified nurse

images-2Did you know that Infertility Network UK  offers a unique and free service which provides support and advice from a qualified nurse? The lovely Diane has years of nursing experience, and has been working for the charity for many years. You can contact her direct on the Supportline which is open to all on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10am until 4pm. For overseas callers, she can be reached via a pre-booked Skype call, if you contact her to arrange a mutually convenient day and time.

These services offer support to those experiencing isolation, loneliness, depression, loss of control and all the other feelings common to most of those going through fertility tests or treatment cycles. It’s an amazing service, and if you could benefit from talking to Diane – you can find out more about how to get in touch with her on the Infertility Network UK website here.