LONDON, United Kingdom — The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) have launched the fertility hub on their website.

The fertility information pages share links to reliable resources and evidence to help patients have conversations with their professionals.

Professor Adam Balen said, “Today we’re launching a fertility forum page on the RCOG website so all the talks will be available plus lots more information.”

The site covers a wide range of topics from starting out, fertility tests, treatments and support for those with fertility issues.

Professional societies and patients from the Women’s Voices Involvement Panel collaborated to develop the hub.

Last month, the RCOG hosted the Fertility Forum for a full day of evidence-based information for those affected by fertility problems.

Our View

Finally, there is someone talking sense. The fertility hub is factual, sensible and not trying to sell something. We recommend it as the go-to place for unbiased information about fertility problems.


Fertility hub at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists



Matt is an NHS Consultant in Newcastle with over ten years of experience. His PhD research into subfertility and miscarriage involved developing a clinical trial and patient engagement.