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As fertility testing doubles, Grazia meets the new breed of MOT mums – and the experts from London Women's Clinic.

Carrie Thomas from South Wales had suffered from endometriosis and eventually had both Fallopian tubes removed. IVF was the only chance of pregnancy - but this time success followed success.

Find out more about why Lisa and Kelly decided to have treatment at The London Women's Clinic using donor sperm from the London Sperm Bank.

Louise was in her mid-30s, without a partner, and afraid that time was running out for a family. But she made a choice and followed her instincts. My advice, she says, is ‘Go for it and never give up’.

Leona, 37 and happily married, endured two ectopic pregnancies, with both tubes removed. Now, following two IVF disappointments, she and her husband have twins to complete their family.

For Liam and Laura McCaffrey from Milford Haven in West Wales, becoming parents to Owen, now aged two, involved a long journey in many ways, from a serious illness through to Liam’s sperm travelling thousands of miles to help them achieve their dream. 

"The whole process from start to finish can be a roller coaster of emotions”

Angela talks about her experience of becoming a parent using donor sperm from our partner clinic the London Sperm Bank as a single woman.

Ali froze her eggs in 2008, and came back to the London Women’s Clinic in 2013 to use those eggs to become pregnant. She tells us about her egg freezing journey which led to her beautiful twins.

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