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
"I know that some people assume that I wish I had a husband with me along the way but this just feels so normal for me. This is my baby and we are a little team of two."
A male perspective on infertility
Often we forget how the fertility treatment roller coaster can impact men too. Here a previous IVF patient gives a male perspective on infertility and his tips to supporting a partner through treatment.
"It’s scary to think that you’ll not be able to have a baby without IVF but we made the right choice by going to the LWC Cardiff and having our treatment with the
best in the field"
"I was never treated any differently to a couple and never felt judged for being a single woman wanting a baby. My life feels complete now. Being a mum is the best job in the world."
The evolving process of IVF
Mr Peter Bowen-Simpkins, Executive Medical Director of the LWC, who has spent much of his career in Wales, talks about the ever-evolving process of IVF that has happened during his career and his hopes for the future.