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  Secondary Infertility Monday 6 January 2003  
If you've already had one child, it probably wouldn't occur to you that you might have difficulty conceiving another. But many couples discover that previous fertility is no guarantee.

We will be exploring secondary infertility ? why it happens and why our sympathy is often less than forthcoming.
Consultant Obstetrician Dr Richard Kennedy who is also Secretary of the British Fertility Society will be joining Jenni, as well as Claire Brown of CHILD, to discuss GPs attitudes towards this treatment and whether it is covered by the NHS.
For more information call BBC Actionline: 0 800 044 044

BBC Health: trying to get pregnant
ISSUE: UK National Fertility Association
British Fertility Society
CHILD


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