The London Women' Clinic Blog archive 2015

Archive: 2015

Fertility clinics join forces in Essex

Fertility clinics join forces in Essex

Posted on 10.12.15

Living in Essex and trying for a baby? Help is at hand as The London Women’s Clinic has joined forces with…

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Nothing I’ve done in football can ever compare to my twins

Nothing I’ve done in football can ever compare to my twins

Posted on 20.11.15

Casey Stoney, Arsenal and England footballer, tells the story of having her twins with the help of the LWC.…

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Fertility clinic opens in Kent

Fertility clinic opens in Kent

Posted on 18.11.15

Struggling to have a baby? Do you live in Kent? Your chance of having a family might be better than you…

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Visit the new fertility clinic in Luton

Visit the new fertility clinic in Luton

Posted on 11.11.15

Help is on hand for those women and families in Bedfordshire who are struggling to have a family. Private…

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Increased IVF success with cumulative treatment

Increased IVF success with cumulative treatment

Posted on 15.10.15

We believe in giving patients a realistic expectation of IVF success. With delivery rates now around 30% in…

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Swansea clinic moves to the Welsh Waterfront

Swansea clinic moves to the Welsh Waterfront

Posted on 23.9.15

Our Swansea team is celebrating its move to its beautiful new home in the heart of SA1’s waterfront…

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Your pathway to alternative parenting

Your pathway to alternative parenting

Posted on 14.9.15

The Alternative Parenting Show provides a one-stop-shop for same-sex couples, heterosexual couples and…

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Motherhood for single women

Motherhood for single women

Posted on 7.9.15

University of Cambridge researcher Susanna Graham looks into the difficult decisions single women face…

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Working with the NHS

Working with the NHS

Posted on 27.8.15

The London Women’s Clinic is honoured to be treating NHS-funded patients within the East of England.

These…

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Single motherhood: when the time is right

Single motherhood: when the time is right

Posted on 10.8.15

Helen wasn’t in a rush to have a baby, she was enjoying single life and thought she’d have a baby one day.…

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Accessing fertility treatment in Wales

Accessing fertility treatment in Wales

Posted on 23.7.15

Our patients at LWC Wales can now benefit from two new IVF programmes offered in collaboration with Access…

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Latest issue of Ova now available

Latest issue of Ova now available

Posted on 14.7.15

The fifth edition of fertility magazine, Ova, is now available. The bumper issue, aimed at single women and…

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Fertility superstitions

Fertility superstitions

Posted on 2.7.15

Despite the advances in science that have made fertility treatments so much more successful, there are still…

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Believing the best: How thoughts can affect the fertility journey

Believing the best: How thoughts can affect the fertility journey

Posted on 25.6.15

Anya Sizer, patient support co-ordinator at the London Women’s Clinic who specialises in infertility support…

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Ovarian reserve and the chance of success

Ovarian reserve and the chance of success

Posted on 4.6.15

It has been widely proposed that the chance of a successful pregnancy in IVF can be best predicted by a…

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Emma’s story: An egg sharer’s story

Emma’s story: An egg sharer’s story

Posted on 15.5.15

Facing disappointment after trying to find a sperm donor on her own, Emma attended an open day with her…

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Finding peace in the midst of infertility… is it even possible?

Finding peace in the midst of infertility… is it even possible?

Posted on 11.5.15

Even when times are tough, there is always a place for happiness when you’re experiencing the highs and lows…

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Going at it alone: Fertility treatment for single women

Going at it alone: Fertility treatment for single women

Posted on 17.4.15

Louise was in her mid-30s, without a partner, and afraid that time was running out for a family. But she…

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Fertility nutrition: A healthy liver means healthy hormones

Fertility nutrition: A healthy liver means healthy hormones

Posted on 31.3.15

If you’re having fertility treatment or trying for a baby naturally, you’ll probably want to take extra care…

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Ten tips to follow if you’re having trouble getting pregnant

Ten tips to follow if you’re having trouble getting pregnant

Posted on 18.3.15

For many women who face problems conceiving, the joy of motherhood is a distant dream away. So if you’re…

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What is endometriosis?

What is endometriosis?

Posted on 6.3.15

This week is Endometriosis Awareness Week which aims to increase awareness of a condition that is often…

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Laura and Liam’s story: Freezing the future

Laura and Liam’s story: Freezing the future

Posted on 23.2.15

When Liam McCaffrey from Milford Haven in West Wales was diagnosed with lymphoma, he and his wife, Laura,…

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Intra-family donation and implications counselling

Intra-family donation and implications counselling

Posted on 17.2.15

The Mary Portas story of her brother being the known sperm donor for her child has been shared widely in the…

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Assisted fertility treatment: Same stress, different families

Assisted fertility treatment: Same stress, different families

Posted on 12.2.15

There is sometimes a misguided assumption that assisted conception will be easier for some types of families…

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Myth busting the mitochondria vote today

Myth busting the mitochondria vote today

Posted on 3.2.15

I was privileged last night to attend a debate in Parliament ahead of today's vote on whether embryos can be…

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The London Sperm Bank: Why buy British?

The London Sperm Bank: Why buy British?

Posted on 30.1.15

The UK imports around a third of its sperm from overseas from countries such as Denmark and the USA. But why…

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Laura’s story: Third time lucky with the three cycle package

Laura’s story: Third time lucky with the three cycle package

Posted on 16.1.15

Treatment failure is devastating for anyone going through IVF, but as LWC patient Laura Davies explains,…

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