Male fertility may be declining but there are steps you can take to rebuild it, says Peta Bee.
A fertility expert has warned that plans to permit surrogacy in Ireland are too restrictive and that people would continue to seek surrogacy abroad even though it remains a grey area.
An increasing number of women are having babies later in life, but many face an uphill battle to get pregnant, says Helen O’Callaghan.
The Government’s decision to fund infertility treatment will relieve some of the pressure on women who already face a hugely stressful and emotional journey, a leading support group has claimed.
An expert in assisted human reproduction has told the High Court the failure by Government to introduce legislation is “very disappointing” and “tragic”.
Professor Fionnuala McAuliffe, spokesperson for Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in Ireland:
CHILD psychologist Patricia Rashbrook was 62 when she had a baby in 2006.
WOMEN who are undergoing chemotherapy or who want children but have not met a partner before the ageing process takes hold have been given a new option in fertility treatment through freezing their embryos.
A WICKLOW-BASED couple have put their wedding on hold to fund the cost of trying to conceive.
FROM the home to the workplace to the altar the national financial crisis is affecting every facet of life and infertility is no exception.
“THE pressure to have a child starts soon after being married.
A STATE agency promoting women’s health has criticised the delay in licensing infertility clinics that have been providing services in Ireland for over 20 years.
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