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Male Fertility


For most couples, trying to conceive is an exciting and stress-free time, but for about 1 in 6 couples this isn’t the case. In this blog, we’ll be focusing on male factor infertility, which affects a significant proportion of infertile couples.

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Fertility and Natural Conception


Some of the do's and don'ts of making a baby. General lifestyle and health advice to optimise pregnancy chances.

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Nutrition Preconception


Why do we want to start a family? What drives us to have a child? What do we want for our child?

We want to procreate, to start a family, for many reasons. But ultimately, we want to give the best for our next generation. If it is within our control to give them the very best right from the very start – why won’t we?!

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It's not all about IVF - understanding all your fertility treatment options


Unfortunately, having trouble falling pregnant is common; one in six couples are not pregnant after 12 months of trying.

If you are having difficulty conceiving, it is important to make an appointment to see your GP for a check-up. You will most likely then be referred to a fertility specialist for further advice.

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Natural Fertility - How to maximise your chances of falling pregnant naturally


It's an exciting time when a couple decides that they would like to ‘try for a baby’!

Most of us spend years trying not to fall pregnant, and then hope that a pregnancy will happen immediately once off contraception.