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Fertility Week 2020

October 30, 2020 12:00 pm

From Monday 2nd November to Thursday 5th November 2020 Fertility Week promotes conversations and awareness about factors that affect fertility. Fertility Awareness Week is organised by Fertility Network UK, a national charity, who is there to support anyone who has ever experienced fertility problems. The main message of their 2020 campaign is #YouAreNotAlone, which is incredibly important as infertility issues are faced by 1 in 6 couples in the UK.  Each day during Fertility Week they will focus on a new topic. From mental health to fertility in the workplace, they hope to highlight the many issues surrounding fertility. Read on to find out more information on what the week will cover: Monday 2nd November #FertilityInequalities On the first day... View Article

Further Conclusions about Aspirin and Fertility

March 3, 2016 1:00 pm

We’ve recently written an article about aspirin and fertility based on recent studies, research and recommendations from the NHS. Richard Kennedy, the President-Elect of the International Federation of Fertility Societies has taken a stand on the continuing debate of whether aspirin helps to improve fertility. Aspirin’s Introduction to Reproductive Medicine Aspirin has been prescribed for years as an anti-clotting agent, which is the primary reason for its use in a variety of medical conditions.  In 1979 it began to be used to prevent the occurrence of pre-eclampsia.  The potential for haemorrhaging have prevented its mainstream use in obstetric medicine until recently.  This side effect has since been  addressed by administering a low-dose (75 mg) of aspirin (known as LDA).  LDA... View Article

Beneficial Nutrients for Fertility & Conception

April 24, 2013 8:33 am

When attending one of our fertility clinics in London, you will be given expert help and advice on pregnancy and health issues that are specifically tailored to suit both you and your partners` circumstances and lifestyle. The expert staff at our fertility clinics in London will provide both you and your partner with the very highest quality of service to aid your conception however there are some dietary practices that couples can follow prior to and during our fertility treatments to better prepare the body for this process. Beneficial Vitamins and Nutrients for Fertility Include L-Arginine & L- Carnitine– These are two amino acids that are specifically required for the normal production of healthy sperm. These acids promote normal functioning,... View Article