SUPPORT MEETINGS

NISIG support meetings are held in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Portlaoise, to offer support and information on your journey. All members and non members welcome.
Meetings

NISIG MEMBERSHIP

Being a member of NISIG and attending our meetings nearest to you will give you access to as much information as you wish about your specific medical condition.
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NISIG Support Meeting Cork Friday 15th September

The next support meeting will be held in Cork at 8pm on Friday 15th September. All are welcome, whatever your journey! Email us for more details.
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Research Project – can you help?

NISIG has been contacted by a Masters student in the University of Roehampton who is researching the parent- child relationships of mothers who have conceived after IVF. Full...
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Want to raise funds for NISIG? Get your running shoes on…

Registration is now open for the 36th Evening Echo Women's Mini Marathon in Cork. The run will take place on Sunday 24th September, and you can register now - just...
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Contemporary Issues in Family Formation – Conference Friday September 1st 2017

A conference on Contemporary Issues in Family Formation will take place on Friday 1st September 2017 at the University of Limerick. The conference will bring together...
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NISIG Surrogacy Meeting Portlaoise Saturday September 23rd

The next NISIG support meeting will be a surrogacy meeting held in Portlaoise on Saturday 23rd September at 1pm. All welcome. Please contact NISIG for all the details.
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Endometriosis Awareness Information Day

You are invited to the Carlton Airport Hotel on Saturday, September 9th 2017 for a day packed with information and support for those living with endometriosis, their families and...
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Ireland’s IVF Children – did you miss these articles in the Irish Times?

The Irish Times recently published two features on IVF and, specifically, donor conception. If you missed them, you can catch up now. Ireland's IVF Children: an identity crisis?...
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The both of us are his daddies – three surrogacy stories shared in the Irish Times

Ahead of the Families Through Surrogacy Conference, the Irish Times published the stories of three Irish families who have children through surrogacy. You can read the full...
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Support Meetings September to November 2017

Support meeting dates for September to November are now in place for 2017. Please see http://nisig.com/supportmeetings/ or contact us for more details. Please note that NISIG...
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Health Research Board: Evidence Review

In February 2016, the Health Research Board was engaged by the Department of Health to conduct a comprehensive review of international public funding models, in the context of...
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Support Meetings

It is very important that you contact NISIG if you wish to attend any meeting as venue and dates are subject to change.
Meetings

Fertility Treatments

Most people should consult a doctor after a year of trying to conceive unsuccessfully. This is the main sign of infertility.
Treatments

Membership

Being a member of NISIG gives you access to information about your specific medical condition.
Membership

National Infertility Support and Information Group

The National Infertility Support and Information Group, a voluntary organisation, was established in 1996 by a group of dedicated people who needed and wanted to be in contact with others who understood their grief.

NISIG Can Help

The grief that is infertility needs to be attended to. It needs to be understood and acknowledged. That is where NISIG can help.

NISIG Empowers People

NISIG empowers people to contemplate real choices to guide them through their infertility journey. NISIG offers a confidential listening ear. NISIG is non-judgemental and multi-denominational.

Support Meetings

Bi-monthly meetings are held throughout Ireland.

Donation

Your donation can enable us to support others who are facing reproductive challenges.




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