Trying to conceive? Here's everything you need to know about female fertility, from ovulation and conception tips to understanding your cycle.
IVF is a type of fertility treatment where fertilisation takes place outside the body. It’s suitable for people with a wide range of fertility issues and is one of the most commonly used and successful treatments available for many people.
The best tips and tricks on how to try for a baby. Everything you need to know about your body, the signs of ovulation, and getting pregnant.
Fertility may be the last thing on your mind when you’re experiencing the distress of having a body that doesn’t express your identity. Understandably, some trans and non-binary people are keen to start hormone therapy or have surgery as quickly as possible. However, you may find it a source of regret if you have treatment without preserving your fertility and then realise later on that it is not possible or more difficult to have a biological family.
After giving birth, it's important to start using contraception again to protect yourself from getting pregnant. Here's everything you need to know about the different types of contraception available.
Surrogacy is when a woman carries and gives birth to a baby for another person or couple. Find out more about what surrogacy involves and if it might be right for you.
Worried about your fertility? Check out our comprehensive guide to everything related to men's health and fertility.
Egg freezing is a method of preserving a woman’s fertility so she can try and have children at a later date.
For around half of couples who are having problems conceiving, the cause of infertility is sperm-related. ICSI is the most common and successful treatment for male infertility.
Surrogacy is a complex process, but our guide breaks it down into easy-to-read sections. From what surrogacy is, to how the process works, to who can become a surrogate, we cover everything you need to know.