OVERSEAS FERTILITY TREATMENT – IS IT THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOU? “It just sounds like even more hassle…” “Surely the language barrier will make things more complicated?”…… Read more “Your IVF Abroad”
January 31st 2020 Egg collection no.3 But before I start, let me take you back. In December 2019 we changed clinics after our previous one sadly closed…… Read more “Chasing Rainbows”
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome & IVF
So following on from our last post about how acupuncture can support the IVF process, we’ll be discussing PCOS, how this affects an IVF cycle and how…… Read more “Polycystic Ovary Syndrome & IVF”
Acupuncture and Fertility
Guest Post – Rachel Sherriff So we just wanted to write a little blog post for those of you who are about to undergo IVF or ICSI…… Read more “Acupuncture and Fertility”
Guest Blog. Fertility Week.
“ Mum, I’m spotting “ The 3 little words no one wants to hear, especially after a 7th IVF transfer. We have been there too many times…… Read more “Guest Blog. Fertility Week.”
So, what’s new?
Hey! So it’s been a while since my last blog. I’m not sure why I don’t blog that much anymore? Do people still read them? Can’t we…… Read more “So, what’s new?”
Do Happy Endings Exist?
On 15th May 2019 we transferred two of our frozen embryos. A long time coming after Phil’s diagnosis last year, an emergency sperm freezing and then a…… Read more “Do Happy Endings Exist?”
What is the role of a Health Visitor? Guest Post.
Health Visitors – Oh groan! Mine was useless, never saw her, busybody, what does she know? Twin set and pearls, interfering, will report you to Social Services.…… Read more “What is the role of a Health Visitor? Guest Post.”
Guest Post – Emily Hodge
Start with the end in mind, they say. Which is perhaps why I’ve often found it hard to start. There are many stages of acceptance those of…… Read more “Guest Post – Emily Hodge”
Pregnant, living with a brain tumour.
The fact I’m having a baby is kind of a big deal. Of course, it is you say!! But no, really! Hear me out… If you’d told…… Read more “Pregnant, living with a brain tumour.”