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Emotional support for fertility problems

There is a considerable emotional impact to fertility problems.

Getting the right support can make all the difference.

If you are having fertility treatment at a clinic in the UK, they will be able to refer you to counselling support.

 

 

BICA: What is counselling?

www.bica.net/about-us/what-is-counselling

The British Infertility Counselling Association (BICA) is an organisation of qualified specialist counsellors, working across the UK, who can offer support.

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BICA: Find a counsellor

www.bica.net/find-a-counsellor

BICA provide a service to help you to find a qualified specialist fertility counsellor.

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HFEA: Coping if treatment doesn't work

www.hfea.gov.uk/treat­ments/explore-all-treatments/coping-if-treatment-doesnt-work/

FAQs for coping after unsuccessful treatment

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FNUK: Support

http://fertilitynetworkuk.org/for-those-trying-to-become-parents/support/

The patient charity Fertility Network UK offer a range of resources and support for those who are experiencing fertility problems

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