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Woman’s Hour featured two women who had opted to start a family as solo mothers:  Genevieve Roberts who used donor sperm to have her children and Beth who used donor sperm and donor eggs from the London Egg Bank

Fertility Fest’s signature day The Big Fat Festival Day took place on Friday 3rd May at the Barbican with a fantastic line up of artists and experts including actress and celebrity chef Lisa Faulkner and musician Izzy Judd partner of McFly’s Harry Judd.

The LWC are proud to be sponsoring a whole day of events at Fertility Fest 2019 called What Comes First: the Career or the Egg which takes place on Saturday 4th May 2019 at the Barbican, London.

On 27th April 2019, Avalanche: A Love Story premiered at the Barbican theatre.  It describes one woman’s struggle with infertility and the emotional toll of IVF.

What is IUI and how does it work? In this short post, Dr Janet Evans, Consultant Gynaecologist and Fertility Specialist at our LWC Cardiff clinic explains what you need to know.

On the launch of the third Fertility Fest, we speak to joint director, Jessica Hepburn, about what to expect from this year’s festival.

We speak to Professor Nick Macklon, Medical Director of the LWC, to understand why fertility declines and to learn more about the treatment options available to women over 40.

Emma Barnett hosted a 3 hour IVF special talking to an audience of women who have had between them over 100 IVF cycles to look at the impact of fertility treatment on peoples lives.  

On the launch of the paperback version of her book 21 Miles, we speak to Jessica Hepburn about swimming the channel, the women she met along the way and her quest to understand whether motherhood makes you happy. 

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