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!
Know in 6 weeks – Is it my sperm?
Posted - December 3, 2019
Sperm Hunters: Bourn Hall’s specialist urology team marks ‘500’ milestone
Posted - June 12, 2019
Norfolk couple overcome sporting injury to have child
Posted - April 23, 2019
Male infertility – the causes and treatments
Posted - January 14, 2019
Common questions men ask about male infertility
Posted - October 1, 2018
He survived cancer now his IVF baby meets first ‘Test-Tube Baby’ Louise Brown
Posted - July 28, 2018
Special Father’s Day for man told he would never be a dad
Posted - June 17, 2018
I felt guilty all the time – a male perspective on IVF treatment
Posted - November 27, 2017
Male infertility advice, take care who you share with
We understand that this is a really difficult time for people undergoing fertility treatment or looking to begin their fertility journey.
To support you through this uncertain time, we will be sharing some tips across our channels for the next couple of weeks around improving your natural fertility for future conception and coping in stressful situations.
Is there anything in particular you’d like us to cover? If so, let us know in the comments below! 👇🏼
If you need any further information about the status of our clinics, please visit this page: moredetails.uk/covid-19
We have kept our clinics open as long as possible but now in line with government and regulatory advice, for the safety of our patients and our staff, we will stop initiating all new treatments and suspend current treatments.
Although we appreciate this is distressing for our patients we are committed to play our part in promoting social distancing and reducing the burden on our NHS and sadly we will be temporarily suspending all face-to-face interactions as quickly as possible.
We know the coming days and weeks will be filled with uncertainty and we want to help support you as best we can – our helpline email@example.com is staffed by members of our patient services and nursing teams and our normal counselling services will remain available by telephone or secure virtual platforms.
We have been helping to create families for 40 years and we are confident our mission will continue once the current crisis has passed. When the time is right, we look forward to welcoming you back into our clinics.
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