This Part Two installment concludes our talk with Dr Janet Evans, regarding the common misconceptions around fertility. Make sure to check out Part One if you haven't already.
We help over 1000 women and couples each year to have babies, and many people are helping others to experience the wonders of parenthood. Here we share some of these amazing stories.
Fertility Myths Debunked (Part One)
LWC's Dr Janet Evans helps us debunk common fertility myths that can hinder your journey to pregnancy. Read this Part One installment to rid yourself of any misconceptions you might have heard.
What is Endometriosis and how can it affect me and my fertility?
Endometriosis is a gynaecological condition that affects women, most commonly in their 30’s and 40’s.
We speak to Louise Mitchell, Nurse Manager at LWC Bristol to find out more about the effect of Endometriosis on women and their fertility.
Is freezing embryos the future of IVF?
According to the latest HFEA figures, Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) cycles have increased by 11%. We sat down with Andrew Thomson, the Laboratory Manager at LWC Wales to discuss this new trend.
Why I chose to have a 'fertility MOT'
An increasing number of women are paying to have their fertility assessed. How much do the tests really reveal about their ability to conceive? Elle Hunt from the Guardian speaks to LWC's Medical Director Professor Nick Macklon.
A Day in the Life of Dr Jinjun Wang, Senior Embryologist and Laboratory Manager
We speak to Dr Jinjun Wang, Senior Embryologist and Laboratory Manager about running a successful lab and his passion for egg freezing.
Women who want to get pregnant should move to the countryside, study finds
Women who want to have children should consider moving to the countryside to improve their fertility, scientists have suggested following a new study.
Marker of female fertility affected by high levels of air pollution - study
Air pollution has been found to affect a marker of female fertility.
Young, fit men who eat a diet of pizza, chips and burgers have much lower sperm count, study finds
Young, fit men whose diets are made up of pizza, burgers, chips and other processed staples have drastically lower sperm counts than those who eat fresher foods, a study suggests.