International Women’s Day 8 March 2018 is an opportunity to focus on what is important to you. If it is to become pregnant and start a family then we are here to help you and feature some of the dilemma women face below. We are also keen to develop the potential of our staff and support their work life balance and we introduce some of them here.
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Major causes of female infertility
Posted - June 1, 2018
Why does everyone else find it easy to get pregnant?
Posted - March 8, 2018
Rising Festival: When is the right time to have a baby?
Posted - March 1, 2018
Why can’t I get pregnant?
Posted - September 5, 2017
Choosing to become a single mum with IVF
Posted - May 24, 2017
Egg sharing for free IVF can be a win-win
Posted - May 4, 2017
IVF over 40: transparency and different advice needed
Join us for our first ever virtual fertility fair on Saturday 31 October.
The fair, ahead of #fertilityweek, will be bustling with virtual activity. You will be able to ‘wander’ around the event at your own pace, all from the comfort of your own home. You can visit an array of booths and stalls and meet friendly people who are all experienced in helping people on their fertility journey.
Following on from our #PCOS webinar last week, we've answered some of your frequently asked questions. We’ve also included some of the information featured during the live webinar as well as a video of the PCOS Q&A session from the webinar.
📢 Last chance to register for our virtual open event tonight at 7pm. 📢
We have a few places remaining so don’t miss out! This virtual open event will give you the opportunity to meet some of our team, learn more about our clinics, tests, treatments and success rates, and gives you an opportunity to ask any questions you might have.
Today we’re introducing you to another one of our fantastic nurses! ⭐️
Kathryn Rayner, a Senior Fertility Nurse Specialist at Bourn Hall, was previously a midwife for 20 years. She particularly enjoys helping women with #PCOS to conceive. “I have been given a lot of opportunities here to gain new skills and enjoy supporting the patients through their journey.”