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I am looking for women who would be interested in having a free test of their ovarian reserve, as part of a feature for the health pages of a national newspaper. It involves a blood test, a scan and consultation and would normally cost about £450. I already have two participants, but am still keen to talk to: - A woman aged 35 who has no children and whose mother had a premature menopause. - A woman aged 35 who has at least one child already but is having difficulty conceiving now. - A woman aged 35 who has no children and no known issues that may affect fertility or ovarian reserve. The woman would have to be happy to be named and photographed for the paper. If anyone is interested or has any questions about it, please email me at dianapilkington@gmail.com. Thank you.

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Ben Tantrum 
Hi guest / Diana 😉 - we don't normally allow commercial posts on the site but as this one could be very valuable to our community I'm happy to let it slide.
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Ben Tantrum 
Hi guest / Diana 😉 - we don't normally allow commercial posts on the site but as this one could be very valuable to our community I'm happy to let it slide.

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