The Fertility Foundation’s Hope Ball at the Café de Paris in London was an amazing success helping them raise awareness and funds to help people pay for IVF Treatment. In the coming months they will be making announcements about the grant application programme as well the launch of their Fertility Road Show events. The sumptuous […]
Herts & Essex Welcome Yvonne & Shephard Who Were Selected To Receive Free IVF Treatment At Their Clinic
Mr Michael Ah-Moye Consultant Gynaecologist and founder of the clinic welcomes the IVF winner Yvonne and Shephard for their first consultation appointment. As part of the 40 years IVF celebrations, our clinic decided to offer a free fertility treatment to a couple who very much needed assistance to start their family. We also offered 40 […]
Louise Joy Brown is an extraordinary woman. Extraordinary by virtue of her conception – the first IVF baby. On 25 July 2018 Louise Brown and the world are celebrating her 40th Birthday. You might think that there is nothing special about a 40th birthday but this is no ordinary birthday. In the last 10 years, […]
Craig Reisser, a parent via egg donation and surrogacy in the USA, shares some advice for intended parents who are looking for guidance on how to start their surrogacy journeys. When my partner and I decided that we were ready to become parents through egg donation and surrogacy in the USA we didn’t really know […]
My name is Pamela I’m 36 and live with my husband Ian who’s 39 in Scotland. I want to tell you about our story which unfortunately is still awaiting a Fairytale ending. Ian and I met through friends when I was 17 and he was 20 and we knew instantly we would be together for […]
There’s a great line from a song by the band Pulp which has been playing in my head all week – “Let’s all meet up in the year 2000, won’t it be strange when we’re all fully grown.” Nowadays the Millennium seems a distant memory. I am definitely fully grown and can hardly believe it’s already 2015. It makes me wonder what would happen if we fast-forwarded to the future and met up in 2050 instead. What would the world of fertility look like then?