September 2018

I’ve got a writing job!

A couple of months ago I was lucky enough to be approached and asked to write some blog posts for a London-based fertility clinic, ABC IVF. After some initial communication, I began to realise the amazing work this clinic is doing. In their efforts to make IVF treatment more accessible to couples, they have become the UK’s cheapest IVF clinic. Not only that but the price they offer is an all-inclusive price; no nasty add-on’s that those who have been through fertility treatment will know always come as a surprise when the bill comes in. The team at ABC IVF have worked really hard to ensure that the treatment they offer at ABC is innovative, high quality, and most importantly, affordable.

My first blog post for ABC is entitled “How to deal with infertility when everyone is getting pregnant”. Here is the introduction from ABC’s website:

“One of the hardest parts of navigating through your infertility journey can be having to cope with other people’s pregnancies. Infertility blogger, Rachel Reid, shares her own experience and tips she’s learnt along her journey.”

To read the full article please follow the link here.

This will also give you access to ABC’s full website where you can find all the information you need to get in touch if you’re looking for a fertility clinic to start or continue your fertility treatment.

Thank you so much to everyone who has encouraged me in my writing; it really does mean so much to me as writing is something that I absolutely love and helps me to deal with my emotions surrounding my infertility. I can’t wait to do more in the future!

Rachel xx

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