In the first of our new series of blog posts, we talk to Katie Rees, Fertility Nurse, at the LWC Brentwood clinic in Essex. She talks to us about what her day to day job involves and why she loves working at the London Women’s Clinic.
The HFEA statement on add-ons in IVF can turn hope into reality
Our Chief Executive, Dr Kamal Ahuja, and Medical Director, Professor Nick Macklon, respond to the HFEA's statement regarding IVF add-ons. They suggest clear costs, inclusive packages and a responsible approach to implementing new innovations as promoted at the LWC.
New affordable, all-inclusive price packages for 2019
At the London Women’s Clinic, we recognise that the cost of fertility treatment can be a substantial financial commitment. With this in mind, we have revised our price list and price packages in our London and South East clinics starting from 1st January 2019.
How embryo selection can increase pregnancy rates
Using the latest technologies, and innovations in the laboratory enable us to select the best embryo possible for transfer, giving our patients the best chance of having a baby.
A new approach to IVF for 2019
At the London Women’s Clinic, we’re dedicated to helping you start – or grow – your family. With that in mind, we’ve changed how we offer our IVF packages for 2019 in our London and South East clinics.
England adoption rates falling as IVF improves, says senior official
The chief executive of the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service says there is a drop in the rate of children being adopted partly caused by improvements in IVF.
Ovarian reserve and the chance of success
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?
Baby Max arrives after mum trials chromosome abnormalities test
After one devastating pregnancy loss after another, Charlene and Neil were offered a new PGT-M technique of 'karyomapping' to help prevent the miscarriages.
Can embryo screening reduce the likelihood of miscarriage?
Perhaps you have had miscarriages in the past or you are a woman in your late thirties or early forties concerned about your chances of conceiving. Embryo screening using a technique called PGT-A could help you achieve a pregnancy and healthy baby.