There are many types of fertility treatments available, the most commonly known being IVF. In this article we take a closer look at infertility and the different types of fertility treatments available.
One-third of infertility cases are caused by male reproductive problems, ranging from lifestyle factors to abnormal sperm production, abnormal sperm function, abnormal sperm delivery, physical trauma or previous cancer treatment.
The possible causes of infertility in women are, unfortunately, many. And while you may know that IVF treatments can be a way of achieving a pregnancy when you're struggling with infertility, getting to know the basics about female fertility and infertility is important.
The myths are many, but one thing is sure: Some of the choices you make on an everyday basis have an affect on your fertility. Whether you are trying to get pregnant without help, or just want to improve your chances of conception, there are a number of things you can do.
Infertility and its treatments is stressful. 80% of people undergoing fertility treatment experience mental health problems – and stress is a significant factor. We explore five things that can minimise stress during treatment.
Choosing between treatment on the NHS and a private fertility clinic can be confusing. Get to know more about the differences between a private fertility clinic or to get treatment on the NHS – and what fertility treatment options there are.
Around 10% of women of childbearing age has PCOS, making it the most common hormonal disorder – and subsequently one of the most common causes of female infertility. Learn more about PCOS and its effect on fertility.
Egg freezing – also known as social egg freezing – is becoming an increasingly popular way for women to take control of their own fertility. We're taking a closer look at what social egg freezing is and whether or not you should consider it.
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