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.
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Why come along to a Fertility Open Day in Wales and the South West?
With three events taking place in Wales and the South West in the next month, we take a closer look at what happens during our open days and why people should come along.
Quit smoking to improve your fertility
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.
A Day in the Life of Senior Andrologist, Amber Chivers
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.
Celebrating International Women's Day: How fertility choices for women have improved
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.
Why might I need support during egg freezing?
Time to change the law about frozen eggs
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.