Fertility Network UK is calling on patients to share their fertility experience in its survey in partnership with Middlesex University
The charity hopes to garner as many responses and evidence as possible to help shape and improve the future of fertility support in the UK.
A charity spokeswoman said: “We’re on a final push with our fertility patient survey (with Middlesex University) which we hope will help us.
“The results will help shape the future support and information the charity Fertility Network offers to anyone struggling with infertility.”
The research is being headed up by Dr Nicky Payne and the survey will take about 15 minutes to complete.
In a statement, Middlesex University said: “The research aims to explore the impact of and support for infertility and treatment. We would like as many people as possible to complete the survey.
“Questions will cover how treatment and infertility have made you feel and whether this has affected your relationships with your partner, family, or friends.
“It will cover any support you have received from friends and family and whether you have sought counselling or attended support groups. If you worked during treatment, it will also cover whether or not you disclosed and whether you were supported by your employer.”
The survey can be found by clicking here.