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The Fertility Podcast

The Fertility Podcast is released every Monday, sharing expert interviews with leading fertility experts around the world as well as men and women sharing their own struggles on their journey to become parents. If you have a story to share or an expert with an interesting take on the developments within the fertility industry email info@thefertilitypodcast.com

Aug 26, 2019

Natalie and Kate chat to Francesca Steyn – Head of Nursing at the CRGH - Centre for Reproductive and Genetic Health in London. Francesca is involved with the Sperm, Egg and Embryo Donation (SEED) Trust and she talks to Natalie and Kate about the ‘minefield’ that is surrogacy and how patients considering this...


Aug 19, 2019

 

Meet Kelly Da Silva - Founder of the Dovecote Childless Support Organisation which enables and inspires people facing involuntary childlessness to reconnect with their daily lives and rediscover a passion and purpose.

Kate and I spoke with Kelly about her own fertility journey which lasted nearly 10 years and...


Aug 13, 2019

This episode shares highlights from several sessions that took place at The Fertility Show in Manchester.

It's ok to talk about your fertility was a conversation with Dr Zoe Williams, GP and TV Presenter, Dr Larisa Corda - Consultant in Reproductive Medicine & ITV This Morning’s and Channel Mum’s Fertility Expert...


Aug 12, 2019

 

The ARGC is a divisive clinic and one I've always been intrigued to understand more about so in this episode Kate and I speak with  Medical Director, Mr Mohammed Taranissi who talks about ‘IVF Boot camp’, how they manage male factor infertility, and why he feels that the IVF clinics success rates on the HFEA...


Aug 5, 2019

Gareth James shares his experience of male factor infertility and how, when it comes to fertility investigations, men are often the ignored partner. Here he is with wife Sarah. 

 

Gareth and Sarah had an initial diagnosis of PCOS and Gareth was diagnosed with poor sperm parameters but very little consideration was...