Over reliance on technology is increasingly becoming a problem as more and more we turn to technology to dictate how we live our lives.
Infertility is defined as the inability of a couple to get pregnant despite having regular unprotected sex over a period of two years (NICE, 2013). It is estimated that one in seven UK couples has difficultly conceiving (HFEA, 2006).
I love the expansive nature of summer; doing things instead of having things to do, eating outside, staying up late, wearing less clothing, eating lightly.
Although it is tempting to want to ‘make a baby’ on holiday or honeymoon, it can put undue pressure on you and your partner. Here are my top 5 baby making tips.
A guest post from a patient 💛
Part of my role is to help women through the difficult and often all-consuming emotions they can experience while trying to conceive or going through fertility treatment. Women are increasingly aware that their emotions may impact on their fertility.