Sperm testing is not just as simple as putting the sample into a machine and reading out the results. What is normal and how should you interpret the results?
Asherman’s syndrome is when the lining of the womb becomes scarred. This scar tissue is often called intra-uterine adhesions or synechiae. Read how it affects the chance of pregnancy.
Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS) is “the” IVF complication. It is almost entirely unique to fertility treatment, although a few cases have been cited where OHSS has occurred in a naturally occurring pregnancy.
Premature ovarian insufficiency (POI) occurs when the ovaries no longer work effectively in women under the age of 40. Different terms are used interchangeably for POI, such as ‘premature menopause’ and ‘primary ovarian failure’. It is a fairly common condition, affecting around 1% of people and can sometimes be a cause of fertility problems.
Read the latest guidance from The Association of Reproductive and Clinical Scientists (ARCS) and British Fertility Society (BFS) on Covid-19 vaccines, fertility and pregnancy.
If you're hoping to get pregnant, you might wonder about your fertility and whether you can improve it. The Big Fertility Guide to Alcohol, Fertility and IVF reviews the latest research.
Despite it being key to reproduction and a fact of life for women, many find the menstrual cycle difficult to understand. We’ve put together a really simple guide to the periods.
Arguably one of the more well-known conditions that can affect fertility is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). We explain the difference between polycystic ovaries and PCOS.
As video consultations are beginning to be more likely than face to face, here are some suggestions for how to get the most out of one.
What’s the difference between IVF and ICSI? Which is better and why should you choose one over the other?