Oxfordshire Fertility Group

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The aim of the group is to provide peer support, discussion and sharing of experiences of fertility issues for those who live in or near Oxford. This group is open to anyone struggling to conceive their first child. This group is run by a Fertility Network UK volunteer and is a closed Facebook group and has a regular support call via zoom.

Anyone can search on Facebook and find our Oxfordshire Fertility Group but only members can see who is in the group and what is posted.

For more information about fertility groups in Oxfordshire please contact oxfordshire@fertilitynetworkuk.org

Who to contact

Contact Name
Jude Allen
Contact Position
Project Worker for England
01424 732361 01424 732361
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Fertility Network UK provides free and impartial support, advice, information and understanding for anyone affected by fertility issues.

We can help: if you are considering your future fertility; if you are trying to become parents; if you are facing the challenges of childlessness; if you are successful after fertility problems and if you need help to access NHS-funded fertility treatment.

We run a range of support groups, including a general Oxfordshire fertility group and a range of UK-wide groups focussing on specific needs or communities. Our fertility groups offer a space to share your journey and listen to others’ experiences and provide mutual peer support and an opportunity to learn from others. You can participate as much, or as little, as you wish. If you prefer to listen rather than share your own story, that’s fine. There is no pressure to talk if you prefer not to. Our face-to-face support groups are currently meeting online via Zoom. 



All of our services are free but donations to the charity are welcome.


Age Ranges
Referral required

Additional Information

Providing services to
16 + years


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