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Cryos at The Fertility Show London

Meet Cryos at The London Fertility Show in November

Each year, Cryos attends many fertility conferences around the world. Most conferences are for fertility specialists and experts to facilitate research, sharing of knowledge and improve network internationally. We attend these to make sure that we maintain and develop our professional knowledge in the field, and to support scientific research related to sperm and infertility.

At the same time, it is important for us to meet our private clients in person, answer questions and give good advice. Therefore, you can meet us at the biggest fertility conference in the UK: 1- 3 November 2019 The Fertility Show in London

Who is The London Fertility Show relevant for?

Every year, thousands of visitors attend The London Fertility Show to listen, learn and discover more before beginning their fertility journey. The Fertility Show is relevant for:

People with trouble getting pregnant

The experts at The Fertility Show cover topics such as PCOS, endometrioses, male infertility and the emotional consequences of fertility problems. They explain the different ways to increase fertility, including treatment options in the UK and worldwide.

People looking for consultancy groups and organisations

Support is essential when dealing with the pain, anxiety and loneliness which is sometimes caused by the unfulfilled desire to have a baby. At The London Fertility Show, you can meet leading organisations and advisory groups. The Q&A stage in association with Fertility Network UK also provides you with the opportunity to put forward questions either publicly or anonymously.

People considering alternative options for parenthood

At The Fertility Show, you can learn more about care and adoption, opportunities for “Rainbow Families”, sperm donation and surrogacy. At Cryos’ stand, we will help you with all your questions about donor sperm, treatment with donor sperm, and how to choose the right sperm donor.

Fertility Show

Why you should go

Confidence in counselling

The internet is packed with advice, and you have probably spent months investigating different treatment options. However, some of the information may be unreliable. Do not leave the most important decision of your life to chance. At The London Fertility Show, you can be sure that all information is documented and scientifically validated.

A safe environment

The events will be held in discrete and safe environments with no name badges. The participants are like-minded people, and you can feel comfortable asking questions and exploring the opportunities for your fertility journey.

What to expect?

At The London Fertility Show, you have the opportunity to attend extensive seminar programs, visit information stands, and meet people who are on a similar journey as you.

You can:

  • Ask personal questions
  • Meet specialists in person and get advice from leading experts
  • Get informed about the latest research
  • Learn more about safe fertility treatment
  • Meet companies like Cryos for a personal chat – this cannot be replaced by phone or e-mail.

The wish for a baby is one of the greatest for most people. Choosing the right fertility treatment is therefore crucial and we believe that everyone should get the best medical advice and benefits.

Fertility Show London

Visit us at The London Fertility Show in November, and get all the information you need. We look forward to meeting you!

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