British Fertility Society

Member Login

Archive

  • High blood pressure – baby’s sex (12/07/17) Scientists claim women who have hypertension are more likely to have a boy. (BFS mentioned and Adam Balen quoted) The Sun.  

  • Egg reserves (12/01/17) Fertility expert recommends AMH test for women in their twenties. (BFS mentioned) The Sun.

  • What is it and what are the risks. (BFS mentioned and Joyce Harper quoted). International Business Times. Also reported in the Guardian.  

  • Embryo glue is being used to help embryos stick in the uterus. (BFS mentioned and Yacoub Khalaf quoted). Sunday Post.  

  • Male menopause (09/01/17) Professor Ilpo Huhtaniemi from Imperial College London says middle-aged men who receive testosterone jabs to help them cope with the so-called male menopause could be risking their health. (BFS mentioned). Daily Mail.  

  • Cancer – fertility (09/01/17) Fewer than 4% of female cancer patients are having their eggs or embryos frozen before chemotherapy or radiotherapy leaves them infertile. (BFS mentioned). Daily Mail.  

  • Professor Siladitya Bhattacharya says thousands of women in Britain are having IVF unnecessarily because they believe they have a medical problem and need treatment. (BFS mentioned). Daily Mail.

  • Ovarian stimulation – Bart Fauser – Fertility 2017 (06/01/17) IVF treatments need to include a personalised and holistic approach, world leader in reproductive health, Professor Bart Fauser, will say today. (BFS mentioned) Englemed Health News.

  • E-cigarettes and effect on male fertility – Fertility 2017 (06/01/17) Evidence suggests several e-cigarette flavours may damage male fertility. (BFS mentioned). The Times.

  • IVF and the number of embryos implanted – Fertility 2017 (05/01/17) A study being presented at Fertility 2017 in Edinburgh suggests implanting two embryos during IVF can reduce a woman’s chances of getting pregnant. (BFS mentioned). The Guardian (plus 79 publications to date including regionals).