NHS vs Private: the battle for the bump

Paying for private fertility treatment is a luxury (and I use that word lightly) that not everyone can afford. On the flip side, access to free fertility treatment on the NHS is a luxury that not everyone can take advantage of. The “postcode lottery” in the UK means that, essentially, the street you live on... 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 →

What the BLOG am I doing?!

This is my first proper blog post. I suspect that I’m supposed to open with something profound and philosophical but the truth is… I’m just a bit lost. I don’t mean in terms of the blogosphere – sure there’s that too – but I’m lost trying to navigate my way through a journey I never... 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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