FERTILITY AND INFERTILITY
Trying for a baby is one of the most exciting times of your life. But if it doesn’t happen easily, it can become one of the most frustrating and heart-breaking experiences you will ever face.
Infertility is defined by the NHS as when a couple are unable to fall pregnant (conceive a child), despite having regular unprotected sex. If, after around a year of trying you have not been able to conceive then the NHS recommends speaking to your GP.
There are many causes of infertility in men and women – the NHS offers a comprehensive breakdown of the main lifestyle risk factors such as smoking and obesity, as well as medical reasons such as testicular damage, hormonal imbalances, endometriosis, etc.
If you have been diagnosed with infertility and are looking into further treatment, there are many different procedures, treatments and lifestyle changes that could help to resolve infertility problems. See our Luna A to Zzz for a description of all our treatments.
Our experts can work alongside medical fertility interventions such as IVF, and treatments at fertility clinics in Surrey, London and abroad as well as shorter-term work to improve your chances for conception.