Have your say on fertility issues

23rd July 2010 in Fertility, Infertility, IVF

Are you undergoing infertility treatment, or have had infertility treatment?

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) wants to hear from you. In the ‘Have Your Say’ consultation, the HFEA is inviting those going through, or who have had, infertility treatment to comment on their care.

This type of survey, which will be conducted over the next year and beyond, is invaluable as it gives the HFEA, which is the UK regulator of fertility treatment, an ‘on-the-ground’ snapshot of what it’s really like to go through IVF and other infertility treatments, whether through the NHS or private providers like Manchester Fertility.

Patient feedback will help the HFEA shape policies affecting the whole fertility sector, and help improve services.

It’s a great way to voice your opinion of fertility treatment in the UK based on your own experiences, and it’s easy to get involved. You can take part in an online survey, a postal survey or even go along to a discussion group.

To take part, you can be a male or female patient currently undergoing, or preparing to undergo, fertility treatment.

Send your full name, email address, postal address and telephone number to fertility@ipsos.com or you can call freephone 0808 238 5423. For more details, visit https://www.hfea.gov.uk/have-your-say.html.

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