We are really looking forward to perticipating in the ESHRE Congress next week. This year Fertility Europe will contribute the patients’ perspective in the areas of fertility education, patients’ experience of infertility and the views on the policies in Europe. Please, visit our sessions – […]
European Fertility Week 2021 was dedicated to male (in)fertility and all issues of male reproductive health.Many of Fertility Europe’s Member Associations also joined the campaign and call to .#ChallengeTheOdds of male (in)fertility.
Aetiology and the diagnostic journey When 41-year-old Stefano began having trouble conceiving with his wife eight years ago, he thought the issues may be related to her, not him. Following a number of unsuccessful attempts, Stefano’s wife Sara decided to undergo specialized hormonal and gynaecological […]
If you’re over age 35 and you don’t yet have children, you’ve probably had at least one interfering person remind you that you’d better hurry up because your fertility will decline. No one ever says that to men, of course. Menopause is like a ticking […]
FE new representative to Infertility GDG Klaudija Kordic, Vice-Chair of Fertility Europe and RODA, Croatia representative became our new WHO Infertility Guideline Development Group representative. Anna Krawczak (Nasz Bocian, Poland) was working and doing great job with the group since 2016 and now decided to pass […]
Call for fertility to be included in health education for European citizens As Fertility Europe set to co-host an event in the European Parliament and celebrate their 10th anniversary, this year, they call on the public sector to improve understanding of health and fertility for […]