The Fertility Show London Saturday 04 - Sunday 05 November 2017 Olympia London Exhibition Centre

Admission Tickets

Advance admission tickets cost £12 per day or £20 for a two day ticket (£3 more on the door).
Saturday 4th November 10am to 6pm
Sunday 5th November 10am to 5pm
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Section Description Price Quantity
Saturday 4th November Admission Ticket £12.00
Sunday 5th November Admission Ticket £12.00
Weekend 4th & 5th November Admission Ticket £20.00
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Saturday 4th November Seminars

Section Description Price Quantity
10.30 – 11.15 - Zita West info   Preparing for IVF £3.00
10.30 – 11.15 - Speakers from clinics in Norway, Spain and Portugal info   Planning treatment abroad? Norway vs Spain vs Portugal £3.00
10.45 – 11.30 - Jan Fishwick info   Options for adoption £3.00
10.45 – 11.30 - Jacky Boivin info   Stress and its impact on fertility £3.00
11.30 – 12.15 - Professor Lesley Regan info   Dealing with recurrent miscarriage £3.00
11.30 – 12.15 - Marilyn Glenville info   Boost Fertility and prevent miscarriage with nutrition £3.00
11.45 – 12.30 - Emma Cannon info   Fertile; how lifestyle changes may improve fertility £3.00
11.45 – 12.30 - Tracey Sainsbury info   Managing relationships through infertility £3.00
12.30 – 13.15 - Sam Abdalla info   Reduced ovarian reserve: is anyone too difficult to treat? £3.00
12.30 – 13.15 - Zita West info   How to get pregnant (and have the best possible pregnancy) £3.00
12.45 – 13.30 - Professor Lesley Regan and Dr Amin Gorgy info   Immunology – potentially hazardous treatment or your best chance of success? £3.00
12.45-13.30 - Helen Davis info   Secondary Infertility - What you need to know and why it matters £3.00
13.30-14.15 - Professor Geeta Nargund info   Natural Cycle and Mild IVF – fertility treatment without the drugs? £3.00
13.30-14.15 - Professor Adam Balen info   Dealing with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) £3.00
13.45-14.30 - Kate Brian info   Factors to consider when choosing a fertility clinic £3.00
13.45-14.30 - Russell Davis info   Freeing your mind to improve fertility £3.00
14.30-15.15 - Professor Simon Fishel info   Next Generation IVF £3.00
14.30-15.15 - Richard Clothier info   Men matter too – how men can move on from the silent despair of infertility £3.00
14.45-15.30 - Kate Brian info   Treatment add-ons. Do they add up? £3.00
14.45- 15.30 - Rachel Cutting info   Innovations in embryo selection – do they make a difference £3.00
15.30-16.15 - Tarek El-Toukhy info   Fertility Treatment for older women £3.00
15.30- 16.15 - Tim Child info   Why should I give it another go? £3.00
15.45-16.30 - Professor Allan Pacey info   What men need to know about fertility, testing it, boosting it, treating it. £3.00
15.45-16.30 - Barbara Scott info   Reproductive Reflexology – how it can benefit you on your fertility journey £3.00
16.30-17.15 - Yacoub Khalaf info   Improving the odds of IVF working for you £3.00
16.30-17.15 - Jane Ellis info   Issues for families created with donors £3.00
16.45-17.30 - Speakers from clinics in USA, Spain and Greece info   Planning treatment abroad? USA vs Spain vs Greece £3.00
16.45-17.30 - Craig Reisser and Sarah Templeman info   Surrogacy Options - how to plan a successful journey in either the UK or USA £3.00
17.20-18.00 - Caroline Spencer info   Single woman in your 30s or 40s? Thinking about having a baby on your own? £3.00
17.20-18.00 - Grace Dugdale info   Underlying Health and Fertility: How Can Diet & Lifestyle Help? £3.00
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Sunday 5th November Seminars

Section Description Price Quantity
10.30-11.15 - Jessica Hepburn info   A patient’s experience of the fertility rollercoaster and what to expect £3.00
10:30-11.15 - Speakers from clinics in Spain, USA and Czech Republic info   Planning treatment abroad? Spain vs USA vs Czech Republic £3.00
10.45-11.30 - Rehan Salim info   How reproductive surgery can improve your fertility £3.00
10.45-11.30 - Wendy Martin info   Coping strategies £3.00
11.30-12.15 - Dr Jane Stewart info   How to deal with unexplained infertility £3.00
11.30-12.15 - Natalie Gamble & Helen Prosser info   Surrogacy Arrangements £3.00
11.45-12.30 - Juliet Tizzard info   Choosing the right clinic for you: getting your head around birth statistics £3.00
11.45-12.30 - Anya Sizer info   The top ten ways to cope with infertility £3.00
12.30-13.15 - Stuart Lavery info   The Basics. What you need to know to get pregnant and how to prepare for pregnancy £3.00
12.30-13.15 - Haitham Hamoda info   Dealing with and treating endometriosis £3.00
12.45-13.30 - Professor Allan Pacey info   What men need to know about fertility, testing it, boosting it, treating it. £3.00
12.45-13.30 - Fiona Kacz-Boulton info   How to improve your chances of IVF success, and change your chances if IVF fails £3.00
13.30-14.15 - James Nicopoullos info   Testing your fertility and the value of your ovarian reserve £3.00
13.30 14.15 - Marilyn Glenville info   How to boost fertility and prevent miscarriage with nutrition £3.00
13.45-14.30 - Raj Rai info   Dealing with recurrent Miscarriage £3.00
13.45 – 14.30 - Tracey Sainsbury info   Managing relationships through infertility £3.00
14.30-15.15 - David Ogutu info   Fertility in older women £3.00
14.30-15.15 - Gemma Gordon-Johnson info   Options for adoption £3.00
14.45-15.30 - Marilyn Glenville info   PCOS – How to use nutrition to treat PCOS £3.00
14.45-15.30 - Raul Olivares info   Single women and lesbian couples – options for conceiving £3.00
15.30-16.15 - Yacoub Khalaf info   Improving the odds of IVF working for you £3.00
15.30 – 16.15 - Sarah Esdaile (UK Liaison) & Amanda Segal info   Travelling to the USA for egg donor treatment £3.00
15.45-16.30 - Speakers from clinics in Spain and Cyprus info   Planning treatment abroad? Spain vs Cyprus £3.00
15.45-16.30 - Natalie Gamble info   LGBT parenting in the UK £3.00

Olympia London Exhibition Centre - Olympia Central hall, Level 2, London, W14 8UX (the entrance is on Hammersmith Road)

GETTING THERE

By train
Kensington Olympia is served by London Overground and Southern trains with direct services from Clapham Junction, Balham, East Croydon, Shepherd’s Bush, Watford Junction, Milton Keynes Central, Willesden Junction, West Hampstead and Stratford.

By tube
Kensington Olympia is just one stop on the Overground from Underground stations Shepherd’s Bush (Central line) or West Brompton (District line).

By bus
Olympia is served by routes 9, 9a, 10, 27, 28, 49 & 391. All stop within easy walking distance.

By taxi or car
Olympia is easily accessible from Central London and the West End. Parking is available in local car parks or, if you’re lucky, in pay and display zones in surrounding residential streets. Olympia Exhibition Centre is outside the congestion charge zone.