Welcome to Fertility Fairness

For more than 20 years Fertility Fairness (previously the National Infertility Awareness Campaign) has campaigned for people to have comprehensive and equal access to a full range of appropriate NHS investigations and treatments for infertility; this includes the right to access up to three full cycles of IVF treatment free on the NHS.

Fertility Fairness has created an infographic which briefly summarises the current provision of IVF in England. You can download it here (PDF 221Kb):

IVF Infographic

There is evidence that suggests the effects of infertility, both financially and emotionally, are devastating. Since its establishment, Fertility Fairness has pushed for recognition of the psychological effects of infertility, which if left untreated, can cause unnecessary and long-lasting harm to an individual’s mental and general wellbeing.

Fertility Fairness and its members are working hard to raise awareness of infertility and what is expected of the NHS amongst policy makers at a local and national level. For details on how you can help, please visit the ‘How can I help?’ page.

Click to view interview with Susan Seenan and Sarah Norcross, Fertility Fairness Co-Chairs

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Affecting many of our #fertility patients - #Hertfordshire CCGs consulting on NHS #IVF cuts - pls leave responses ow.ly/7hSU30dCWqZ Retweeted by Fertility Fairness

Good to see positive coverage in @Telegraph about IVF funding crisis telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/07/0… thanks to @FFairness and @FertilityNUK Retweeted by Fertility Fairness

The decision taken across 4 CCGs - West, East and South Cheshire and Vale Royal twitter.com/BioNewsUK/stat… Retweeted by Fertility Fairness

A national disgrace: just 13% of England's CCGs follow national guidance and offer 3 full IVF cycles @FFairness fertilitynetworkuk.org/cheshire-ccgs-… Retweeted by Fertility Fairness

Scotland sets Gold Standard as first country in UK to provide 3 NHS-funded IVF cycles for all eligible couples: goo.gl/FWQcE1

Sarah will be in @bbchw at 8:15 talking about proposed cuts to #ivf treatment in Worcestershire area @BritFertSoc @FertilityNUK @FFairness Retweeted by Fertility Fairness

Consultation by Richmond CCG to reduce no. of IVF cycles from 1 to exception only basis ends tomorrow, respond here: goo.gl/lpbdQA