Men Talk focuses on male infertility and how men are affected by fertility issues.
Here we will be posting blogs featuring different perspectives on how infertility affects men, what men can do to help improve their fertility, and what treatments are available to help couples become pregnant.
Keep checking back throughout to see more, and don’t forget you can join in the conversations on our Facebook page – we are always pleased to hear from you!
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January 2, 2018
Could a New Year’s resolution to eat healthily boost your sperm count?
Eating healthily is recommended, but can diet really effect your sperm count?
November 27, 2017
I felt guilty all the time – a male perspective on IVF treatment
"I felt guilty all the time," says Karl.
August 8, 2017
Male infertility advice, take care who you share with
Speaking about cuts to NHS IVF funding helped Richard Clothier to talk about infertility.
October 25, 2016
Common questions men ask about male infertility
Mr Oliver Wiseman answers questions about male infertility.
October 3, 2016
Cystic fibrosis a cause of infertility
Tom didn’t know that he was a carrier of cystic fibrosis...
September 2, 2016
Long-term struggle overcome with donated sperm
Donated sperm can make it possible to be a dad
August 30, 2016
IMSI improves the odds by selecting the best sperm
IMSI helps IVF embryologists select the best sperm as a high proportion of sperm...
June 24, 2016
Hat trick for Callum thanks to ICSI
The recent Fathers’ Day brings home what Callum might have missed.
February 20, 2015
IVF hat trick for cancer survivor
Treatment with chemotherapy can affect your fertility, so John was offered the option of...
June 18, 2014
Zero sperm shock
Adam was shocked to find he had zero sperm
June 12, 2014
Low sperm count? Specialist male fertility treatment at Bourn Hall
Low sperm count is not something men want to talk about ...
February 4, 2013
Good results for ICSI with SpermSlow
Good results from a small trial have justified a change in procedure in the...
Congratulations to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West on the birth of their daughter through surrogacy.
This route to parenthood is not just an option for celebrities, ordinary people for whom carrying a pregnancy is not possible or a risk to their health have chosen this path.The egg and sperm come from the parents and resulting embryo is transferred to a wonderful individual who is prepared to be a surrogate. This person is often someone who is known to the couple. Bourn Hall was the first clinic to offer surrogacy.
Opportunity for you to hear from our fertility experts and find out about tests and treatment options. Includes free mini consultation with one of our Fertility Nurse Specialists to provide individualised advice appropriate for you. ... See MoreSee Less
February 7, 2018, 6:00pm - February 7, 2018, 9:00pm
Opportunity for you to hear from our fertility experts and find out about tests and treatment options. Includes free mini consultation with one of our Fertility Nurse Specialists to provide individual...
Free Bourn Hall Fertility Roadshow on 7th February!
Starting at 6pm at our Cambridgeshire home, you’ll have the opportunity to meet with our experts and discover more about your fertility. Free mini consultations are also available, where you can learn about what tests can be done, when and why.
Come along and learn how our Bourn Hall family can help you achieve your dreams of parenthood.