CARE Fertility links to useful websites
A patient run group offering support to parents and expectant parents after IVF treatment. "It is difficult for other ante-natal groups to understand that the normal worries of pregnancy seem to treble with our pregnancies".
Adoption Overseas (Oasis)www.adoptionoverseas.org
The website for OASIS the overseas adoption support and information services.
Anthony Nolan Trustwww.anthonynolan.org.uk
The work of The Anthony Nolan Trust revolves around helping people with leukaemia. Established in the 1970s, it now operates one of the largest registers of bone marrow donors in the world.
Baby Next Timewww.babynexttime.co.uk
Baby Next Time is based on a true-life account of Nicole Klieff (a CARE patient) and her discovery of infertility at the age of 35. This is a compelling rollercoaster insight to the world of IVF exposing treatments and emotions over a nine year span.
Beacon CARE Fertilitywww.beaconcarefertility.ie
In addition to our clinics in the UK, we also have a clinic in Dublin.
In Italy, CAREfertility are linked with Biogenesi, a large, well respected teaching hospital in Rome. All treatments ae offered including egg and sperm donation and spermatid micro-injection.
CHANA is non-profit organisation set up to provide support and up-to-date medical information to couples in the Jewish Community and their extended families who experience difficulties with fertility.
Specialising in surrogacy.
Dar Al-Shifa Hospital, Kuwaitwww.daralshifa.com
Fertility management and treatment is provided in the prestigious Dar Al-Shifa Hospital, Kuwait under the direction of Dr Osama Salha, MRCOG, Consultant Gynaecologist
A registered charity and support group for women suffering premature menopause.
Donor Conception Networkwww.dcnetwork.org
Support and information for those considering using donated sperm or eggs.
Support and information for women suffering from endometriosis
Fanconi Anaemia is a genetic disorder affecting children that causes bone marrow failure and predisposes to cancer.
The UK and Ireland Fanconi Anaemia Family and Clinical Network has been set up to promote research to benefit Fanconi Anaemia affected patients and provide information for FA families.
Fanconi Hope is the charity set up to support the aims of the Family and Clinical Network
Fanconi Anaemia FAmily Supportwww.fanconisupport.info
The charity was set up to support families affected by Fanconi Anaemia and to support relevant research
Comprehensive American infertility resource.
A meeting place for couples in the UK fertility community whose aim is to help people throuogh treatment by sharing experiences with others.
Genesis Genetics undertakes more than half the PGD carried out worldwide and their molecular genetics labs service over 250 IVF centres.
Genetic Alliance UK is the national charity of over 150 patient organisations supporting all those affected by genetic conditions.
The Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authoritywww.hfea.gov.uk
Information from and about the Government agency which is responsible for licensing fertility clinics.
Infertility Network UKwww.infertilitynetworkuk.com
"the new voice for patients"
International Council on Infertility Information Dissemination - INCIIDwww.inciid.org
Enormous American site with factsheets, bulletin boards, chats etc. A huge resource.
Information on IVF news, articles, reviews, clinics, books, mail etc.
IVF-Worldwide is the largest directory of IVF units in the world.
Male Fertility UKwww.malefertility.co.uk
Information and advice for sufferers of male infertility.
Mothers Over 40www.mothersover40.com
Gives support via chat room and message boards.
National Gamete Donation Trustwww.ngdt.co.uk
Support and information for those using donated eggs, sperm or embryos.
Nottingham Urology Groupwww.nottinghamurologygroup.co.uk
Nottingham Urology Group is the only private urology service able to offer sub-specialist expertise in all aspects of urological care.
Support for those suffering from ovarian cancer.
Website for the Pituitary Foundation.
Legal and ethical discussion on the implications of infertility and human genetics. Holds regular public debates, conferences and free web & email news and information service.
This is the main US infertility patient charity.
Support and information to anyone contemplating surrogacy in the UK.
Self help group for women suffering from polycystic ovaries.
A South African unit CARE are associated with, website contains lots of information and links.
Womens Health Concernwww.womens-health-concern.org
Site dedicated to providing a range of healthcare information for women.
Zita West Clinicwww.zitawest.com
The Zita West Clinic is the UK´s largest integrated reproductive health clinic specializing in complementary therapies combined with medical advice for fertility and pregnancy. This includes Acupuncture, Nutrition and a Manage your Mind Programme which incorporates CBT, Hypnotherapy and Breathing. Our aim is for each client to feel truly listened to and supported in order to achieve optimal reproductive health and wellbeing.