IVF countdown: thoughts at 1 month to go

Our first IVF cycle begins in January and despite the fact that it’s taken 812 days and 29 sad, unfertilized eggs to get to this point, I’m still in a state of total disbelief that we’re here. But we are here and this is happening. [For any fans of The Office (US version) – that... Continue Reading →

Top 20 Zika-free Destinations

For expectant parents and those trying to conceive, Zika is perhaps one of the biggest travel influencers out there. The WHO (World Health Organisation) recommends avoiding travel to any area with active Zika transmission if you're pregnant or if you're planning to be.Honeymooners, babymooners and ttc-mooners (if you know you know) the world is still... Continue Reading →

Well this is a turn up for the blogs

Somehow, through a mixture of happy coincidences and shameless self-promotion, I've landed myself a little writing job. Over the past few weeks, I've been working with a company called abc ivf who offer the UK's most affordable IVF treatment. Professor Geeta Nargund and her team of fertility specialists recognise that not everybody is lucky enough... Continue Reading →

Keeping up with the pregnancies

I'm not talking about the Kardashian-Jenner’s who are well on their way to building an army of beautiful offspring that will no doubt be listed on the “Forbes most powerful” before they hit puberty. Nor am I talking about the young Royals, who've given us a wedding, a pregnancy and a newborn in the space... Continue Reading →

IVF – 6 million babies later

Louise Brown - the world’s first baby to be born via IVF recently celebrated her 40th birthday and in doing so, marked 40 years of the extraordinary reproductive technology. Her birth was a groundbreaking development in the medical world and a momentous example of hope for millions of people dealing with infertility all over the... Continue Reading →

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