After a number of setbacks, Linda and her partner had success using an altruistic egg donor.
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.
Private treatment restored our hope
Liz and her husband almost gave up their hopes of having a baby. But they persisted through long waits, changed appointments and failed IVF on the NHS attempts to finally succeed at LWC London Bridge (formally the Bridge Centre).
Alisha and her husband’s fertility journey was made more complex when they discovered that they were both carriers of the cystic fibrosis gene. Here she shares their story of opting for PGT-M treatment.
Roisin & Barry's Story
Roisin and Barry were each carriers of the cystic fibrosis gene but could prevent their children from inheriting this genetic disease by PGT-M treatment. However, living in Ireland, meant they had many difficult decisions to make.
Kathleen donated her eggs through our partner clinic, the London Egg Bank, which has seen hundreds of women come through its doors looking to donate their eggs since it opened in 2013. Here she tells her story.
"We will be eternally grateful to LWC Wales for their professionalism, care and support"
"I know that some people assume that I wish I had a husband with me along the way but this just feels so normal for me. This is my baby and we are a little team of two."
"It’s scary to think that you’ll not be able to have a baby without IVF but we made the right choice by going to the LWC Cardiff and having our treatment with the
best in the field"