Would knowing more about your fertility from an early age have made a difference to you? Do you think it would be helpful if fertility education was on the curriculum for every school pupil? It’s an argument that has been the subject of much recent debate, but what are the pros and cons of teaching children about their fertility?
It’s all too easy to gain weight; a little less exercise and a few more puddings or snacks between meals and you can soon see the pounds start to pile on. When it comes to losing weight, it’s a very different story...
Social media has become a popular way of keeping in touch with friends and family and ensuring you are up to date with their news - but for anyone trying unsuccessfully to conceive there can be a downside to this too. Facebook in particular is often full of other people’s family news and you may find yourself faced with unexpected pregnancy...
Eugin promotes a pioneering study to understand the molecular changes in eggs produced by the passage of time
The final results will show the epigenetic profile of the eggs and will help us have a better understanding of their relationship with women's fertility
Almost a year ago, Laura and Valeria fulfilled their dream of becoming mothers through fertility treatment. Today, little Milo's smile fills these two socially committed women with happiness.
We interviewed the Belgian researcher who discovered the technique of intracytoplasmic sperm injection and one of the world's leading authorities on fertility and assisted reproduction
A study shows that the father’s age does not influence the probability of pregnancy in an egg donation treatment
The paper, presented by Eugin Clinic, analysed the results of 4,487 cases of couples in which the man’s average age was 41.
Having doubts and feeling some anxiety before starting treatment is normal. The experts advise you to reflect and to work on how to learn to master these feelings
By Kate Brian, journalist, writer and author of four books on motherhood and fertility
The last step in assisted reproduction treatment is to insert the embryos into the woman's uterus, painlessly and without sedation