It is often said that sperm is the only thing same-sex female couples need to get pregnant. However there is also the chance that one or both may also have a fertility issue. Melanie and Laura explain why, after trying an online site, they chose Bourn Hall with its sperm bank for IVF treatment – which revealed underlying health issues.
Diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Toni’s patience and determination over ten years finally paid off with the birth of two sons.
Sabrina was told to lose weight for fertility treatment; four stone later it proved worth it when her NHS-funded IVF treatment was successful.
Diagnosis of low sperm count was a wake-up call for Jo and Ben, encouraging the couple to get fit for fertility. They lost weight, improved their health and overcame disaster to strike lucky on their third attempt at IVF.