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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.

Infertility can have a huge impact on your relationship.  In a special blog for Valentine's Day, Cindy Charles, Fertility Coach at the LWC helps answer some common concerns about keeping the love alive whilst coping with infertility

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.

This years’ Time to Talk Day takes place on the 7th February with the aim of encouraging more people to talk about their mental health.  We talk to Tracey Sainsbury, Senior Fertility Counsellor at the London Women’s Clinic, to find out more about the impact of infertility and fertility treatment on mental health and how talking to others can help.


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.  


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. 

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. 

LWC are proud supporters of FertilityFest having been one of the first fertility clinics in the UK to sponsor the event in 2016.  Since then it has grown from a two day event to a four week long festival this year being held at the Barbican centre between 23rd April and 18th May.

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.

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