To help improve your chances of conceiving, practical advice about PCOS and fertility will be given in this free webinar on 15 September 2020 during PCOS Awareness Month.
“When I was first told in my twenties that I had male infertility I went in to a depressive state for a while,” admits Steven , aged 32. “I didn’t want anyone knowing. I thought ‘why am I even here if I can’t have a family?’”
Hannah and Chris are now proud parents to Ewan, following fertility problems with PCOS and a low sperm count.
Fertility issues were not going to stop Kelly and Andy from having a family. Lucky to access further NHS funding, the couple welcomed baby Grace in 2011.
Karen was diagnosed with PCOS and endometriosis. She never thought she would be a mum, but is now thanks to IVF treatment
Elsa became pregnant at 40, twenty years after she lost her first baby. After recurrent miscarriage it was her last attempt at IVF that resulted in baby Howie.