Manchester Fertility Show’s Let’s Talk stage programme packed full of expert panellists

This year’s Manchester Fertility Show’s Let’s Talk stage will be hosted by the wonderful Natalie Silverman and has a packed line-up of experts and speakers

This will be Natalie’s first year as host and many of you from the #ttc community will know her from the hugely successful, Fertility Podcast.

Natalie, 42, will be taking over from Jessica Hepburn, who will be at the show with her amazing Fertility Fest.

The Let’s Talk stage is an informal platform in which people can sit and ask questions to a panel in a relaxed atmosphere, this way it is different to the more formal seminars at the show

Some of the experts expected to appear for the show, which takes place over the weekend of March 23 and 24, are Manchester-based fertility life coach, Sarah Banks, Aileen Feeney, chief executive of leading charity Fertility Network UK, Dovecote Community’s Kelly De Silva, nutritionist Angela Heap and Michael Carroll, from Manchester Metropolitan University.

The Let’s Talk stage will discuss a wide variety of topics over the two days

These include surrogacy, preparing for pregnancy, childlessness, how to get positive support, infertility in the workplace and why our men matter in the world of infertility too.

Laura Biggs, managing director of The Fertility Show said: “We are thrilled to have Natalie Silverman, host of the Fertility Podcast on board and hosting the Let’s Talk Stage this year in Manchester. Our aim is to bring experts and patients together as one voice talking about a wide range of topics and encouraging the visitors to be part of this experience by asking their own questions of the panel.

Similar to the London Fertility Show, organisers hope to enlist a few celebrity faces to the Manchester Central Complex. Watch this space for more details.

Tickets for the show are now on sale and to get more information and buy tickets, click here.

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