There is a stigma around infertility in some black communities

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Infertility blogger Vanessa Haye has told BBC Radio 5 Live that she wants to break what she calls an ‘IVF stigma’ in some black communities.

Vanessa had two rounds of IVF, one resulted in a miscarriage and her second was successful and she is now a mother to one-year-old Sebastian.

She told Emma Barnett about finding an IVF community on Instagram.

Vanessa was speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live as part of a special programme on IVF – click here for more.

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