Looking after yourself and your nutrition should be top of your agenda if you’re trying for a baby with the help of fertility treatment. Here, Cindy Charles, Fertility Coach at LWC, shares her top tips on nourishing body and soul when trying to conceive.
A new clinic for patients who have suffered multiple failed cycles
Having a failed treatment cycle is always a disappointment and can be particularly frustrating when you have good quality embryos. Our new implantation clinic aims to improve success rates for patients who have had failed treatment despite the transfer of good embryos by assessing the womb lining (endometrium).
The ‘Write Way’ to clear your head of anxiety
LWC Fertility Coach, Cindy Charles, explains how writing your thoughts down can help to channel stress and anxiety throughout your fertility treatment journey.
The surprising truth about becoming a mother in your 50s - from the women who know
Three women talk about their joy at becoming mothers in their fifties. Our Managing and Scientific Director, Dr Kamal Ahuja, comments on the trend of women becoming mothers in later life that is sure to grow.
"We will be eternally grateful to LWC Wales for their professionalism, care and support"
Secondary Infertility - A Big Problem, Often Not Shared
Our Senior Fertility Counsellor, Tracey Sainsbury, talks to Anya Sizer from the Fertility Network about the difficulties of dealing with secondary infertility.
Meet our Chairman David Williams OBE
Welsh born, David Williams OBE, is chairman of LWC group and has spent his long career in business management. Specialising in the health sector, he has worked within both private and public sectors, here he looks back at what has influenced his career.
Busting IVF myths
Professor Nick Macklon answers questions that many people have surrounding the health and wellbeing of IVF births and babies.
Is freezing your eggs to delay a family a good idea?
Professor Nick Macklon, Medical Director of the London Women's Clinic, discusses the increase in women freezing their eggs as a "Plan B" on Sky News