Blog posts of '2021' 'November'

(0) Does Alcohol affect fertility?
Alcohol affects everybody differently, but it is solid fact that alcohol can work against you when you are trying to conceive. Strong scientific evidence shows that drinking alcohol can reduce both men’s and women’s fertility. Research has revealed even drinking slightly increases the time it to takes to get pregnant and reduces the chances of having a healthy baby.
(0) Fertility patients in England being failed by unfair access to funding
When it comes to fertility treatment in the UK, and specifically IVF, there are two way of doing it: private or NHS funded treatment. When you add in the factor of where you live, how old you are, what sex your partner is and if you’ve had children in the past it becomes a whole other story.
(0) Fertility treatment trends and improvements
3.5 million people in the UK are currently facing fertility issues and that number is on the rise. National fertility week, 1-5 November, aims to: Change perceptions of fertility and infertility Signpost support across all stages of fertility journeys Raise funds to enable important organisations to continue helping everyone facing fertility issues Here are some trends and figures looking at the changes and improvements of fertility treatments to kick start this important week.