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!
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
Could a New Year’s resolution to eat healthily boost your sperm count?
Posted - January 2, 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
Posted - August 8, 2017
Cystic fibrosis a cause of infertility
Posted - October 3, 2016
Long-term struggle overcome with donated sperm
Posted - September 2, 2016
IMSI improves the odds by selecting the best sperm
Posted - August 30, 2016
Hat trick for Callum thanks to ICSI
Posted - June 24, 2016
IVF hat trick for cancer survivor
Posted - February 20, 2015
Zero sperm shock
Posted - June 18, 2014
Low sperm count? Specialist male fertility treatment at Bourn Hall
Every year, for 16 years, nursery nurse Amira made Christmas special for the children she looked after - so it was devastating when she found she was struggling to get pregnant. So visiting Santa with her 'Bourn Hall Baby' Wickford at Christmas was extra special last year.
Bourn Hall is delighted to be supporting Wickford at Christmas again this year on the 24th November 2019.
If getting pregnant is all you want from Santa then do get in touch we offer free consultations and sometimes nature can benefit from a helping hand without the need for IVF.
If you are concerned about your fertility and want some good advice from a fertility nurse specialist then book a free consultation. You don't have to be trying for a baby or to bring a partner. More information on our Fertility Blog
Due to erratic ovulation Kim couldn’t get pregnant – now she is a mum-of-one with another baby on the way.
There are a number of reasons why a woman may not be producing eggs but regular release of one mature egg a month can often be restored using ovulation induction (OI) with fertility drugs. About 70% of women will ovulate with this treatment, the majority within the first three months.
Kim managed to get pregnant naturally with OI treatment at Bourn Hall.