Sims IVF recently held a free Webinar on Fertility Insights.
Dr John Kennedy discussed the causes of infertility and the latest advancements in fertility testing and treatment.
Sims IVF recently held a free Webinar on Nutrition and Fertility.
Fertility Nurse and qualified Nutritional Therapist Anita Foote talked about why food and nutrition is important for fertility and advised on how and what to eat to optimise fertility.
Join us for a Free Fertility Information on 21 Feb Cork /25 Feb Dublin
In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the number of couples opting for Egg Donation programmes. The success rate of the Sims IVF Egg Donation Programmes are over 70% and thousands of families in Ireland have started with donor eggs. So what is involved and who does egg donation suit best? Dr. John Kennedy, Medical Director, Sims IVF talks about Egg Donation Programmes in this insightful webinar:
Preparing for Pregnancy
Lifestyle and Preconception Health
What every man (and woman) should know about conception
Is the AMH Test Reliable?
The AMH Test has traditionally been considered to be a reliable indicator of fertility or has it? There has been recent media coverage that throws doubt on the AMH test, sometimes referred to as the ‘egg-timer test’ and whether it is worth doing at all.
Does contraception affect future fertility?
Dr. John Kennedy, Medical Director, Sims IVF
Endometriosis and Fertility
Dr. John Kennedy, Sims IVF
Most people who experience fertility issues are sub-fertile – which means that they have reduced fertility potential. There are two major gynaecological reasons for subfertility: one is polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and the second is caused by endometriosis.
A new, four-part documentary series The Babymakers, will follow the stories of six couples as they embark on the often harrowing but always hopeful journey of IVF at Sims IVF - one of Ireland’s most established fertility clinics.
Sims IVF is looking for volunteers to tell their Fertility Journey Stories
Sims IVF is looking for people, who have experienced fertility issues, to share their stories in order to encourage others in the same situation.
Miscarriage of the developing foetus is undoubtedly a traumatic event in the life of any would-be mother. It is perceived in general as a normal part of reproduction, “a fact of life” which is just something we have to get past and move on from. The statistics confirm its prevalence in Ireland with over 20 per cent of all pregnancies ending in miscarriage. The cause of miscarriage is often difficult to pin down and can indeed be sporadic and multifactorial with elements of anatomy, genetics, immunology and infection playing a role.
Ciara and Noel O’Brien talk openly about their struggle to conceive. By Denise Smith.