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Marileen       31 days ago     # website is not working for me. I found the NHS page by typing and tapping on 'pregnancy test' but it's full of errors – the white half for women's infertility and pregnancy is the right length. There are instructions for using it for fertility problems. If I'd done this, I'd have saved a lot of time, and I would not have gone through all the other dubious rubbish on the page. I found a UK fertility charity on the same page as the NHS page. It has "British Fertility Association" on it – which means that it's endorsed by the National Federation for Fertility Care (NFFC). I called up the NFFC, but they didn't help.