Freezing your eggs or sperm ahead of a medical treatment or other event that can impact your fertility; keeps your options open if you later want a family. Bourn Hall has recently launched a new Cryopreservation Service.
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“Where do babies come from?”: A guest blog by Susan Imrie
A fertility journey can feel a long way with many milestones to pass. We provide a range of support bit.ly/2pKL0ZE and also for those just starting out we have two fertility fayres coming up.2nd attempt, long protocol IMSI.💉🔍 Egg collection 🥚 04/02/15. 18 eggs, 11 fertilised, 5 made it to blastocyst. 2 transferred on 09/02/15. Postive test ✅ 🤰19/02/15. 1st scan at 7+2, with 2 fluttering heartbeats 💕 27/03/15. 2 healthy beautiful babies born 12:11pm weighing 5lb1oz 💙, and 12:12pm weighing 5lb12oz 💝 on 07/10/15 at exactly 37 weeks.
4 years old on 07/10/2019. 🎁🎉🎈
Forever grateful for the greatest gifts I've ever received. xx ... See MoreSee Less
When Abi and husband Scott found they were pregnant naturally, they were ecstatic.
“I felt as though everything had fallen in to place,” recalls Abi. “We both really wanted children and as far as we were concerned that was that. We would be having a baby in a few months time.”
Sadly just a few weeks later Abi miscarried. It was to be the first of eight miscarriages.
Abi found miscarriage was a secret grief for many people and she has recently become a follower & friend of Cradle: Beds & Herts. There is a special service to support anyone affected by baby/child loss & to remember all little stars on Sunday 13th October at 6.30pm St Mary's Church, Potton, SG19 2RP Candles can be lit & messages can be written on stars to hang on a memory tree during the service. bit.ly/2Vy6EQx... See MoreSee Less