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Fertility MOT

On National No Smoking Day, we discuss how smoking could affect your fertility and the steps you can take to help you quit smoking for good. 

In our latest Day in the Life blog, we speak to Amber Chivers, Senior Andrologist, who works between our Harley Street and London Bridge clinics.  She talks to us about her last ten years working at the LWC and what her day job involves.

On International Women’s Day it’s a good opportunity for us as a clinic to reflect on how things have changed for women and their fertility choices. 

Egg freezing can seem like a simple solution for women who know they want to be a mum in the future but not now. Trisha Patel, one of our fertility coaches at the LWC shares how we can provide support to women who are freezing their eggs.

You may have seen the news about fertility experts and campaigners putting pressure on the government to change the law about the length of time women can store their frozen eggs. Currently, this storage time limit is ten years for women who freeze their eggs for social reasons.

The LWC's Dr Marianne Vendola, Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, explains to ES Magazine how a "Fertility MOT" can provide a good understanding of your fertility. 

It has been widely proposed that the chance of success in IVF can be best predicted by a measurement of 'ovarian reserve'. How can that best be done - and why are experts excited about the hormone AMH?

At the London Women’s Clinic we have designed a specific Fertility for the Over-40s programme tailored to help women over 40 to have a baby.

Our modern lifestyles can play a big part in male fertility, but the good news is that there are a number of things that men can do to improve their sperm count. 

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