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.
In the News
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.
Dr Hemlate Thackare our Consultant Gynaecologist and Fertility Specialist in Wales and the South West takes you through female infertility including the tests you can have, the common causes of infertility and advice on the steps to take for treatment.
What is IVF?
When you start your journey of assisted reproduction it can be a scary experience, our Bristol Nursing Manager Louise Mitchell has produced this essential guide to “what is IVF”. The guide provides accurate details of who IVF can help, how IVF works and the steps of treatment and is available online or as a downloadable PDF.
No scientific basis for ten-year egg freezing limit, says minister
Why might I need support during egg freezing?
Dear Dr Valentine
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.
A Day in the Life of Fertility Nurse, Katie Rees
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.
Time to Talk Day 2019
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.