A further look at the innovative time-lapse technology used by London Women's Clinic in conjunction with many of our IVF packages. In this blog we explain what time-lapse technology is and why it's useful.
What are our Care Teams at London Women’s Clinic and why do we have them?
London Women's Clinic is proud to introduce our unique Care Teams system to Harley Street. Designed to promote continuity of care and streamline patient service, read more here.
What is IVF with ICSI?
IVF alone is not always enough to ensure that a sperm fertilises an egg especially in situations where sperm numbers and strength are reduced. ICSI combined with IVF can help many couples who otherwise would be unable to conceive.
Is freezing embryos the future of IVF?
According to the latest HFEA figures, Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) cycles have increased by 11%. We sat down with Andrew Thomson, the Laboratory Manager at LWC Wales to discuss this new trend.
A Day in the Life of Dr Jinjun Wang, Senior Embryologist and Laboratory Manager
We speak to Dr Jinjun Wang, Senior Embryologist and Laboratory Manager about running a successful lab and his passion for egg freezing.
A Day in the Life of Andrew Thomson, Laboratory Manager at the LWC Cardiff
We speak to Andrew Thomson, Laboratory Manager at the LWC Cardiff about the latest techniques in the laboratory which are helping to improve the success rates for our patients in Wales.
Increasing numbers of same sex female couples are having fertility treatment
Figures show an increasing number of same sex female couples seeking fertility treatment. We speak to Dr Hemlata Thackare, Consultant Gynaecologist and Fertility Specialist about her experience treating same sex couples.
Heather and her wife Jacey had intra-partner egg donation treatment at the LWC Bristol and now have a baby son.
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.