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How does Embryoscope+ work?

By simsadmin Monday, 19th November 2018 | 0 comments
Embryoscope Plus is a new generation incubator that uses time-lapse technology to allow us to continuously observe your embryos during their development undisturbed. 

How to look after your mental health during fertility treatment

Apr-12-2019
Fertility treatment can take a mental toll on your wellbeing. Trying to balance relationships, work and every other day realities is not simple and can be very overwhelming at times.  At Sims IVF we have put together some tips to try help manage the stress of these situations. 

International Women’s Day

Mar-7-2019
On this International women’s Day, it is fitting to look at our own women in leadership here in all three of our clinics. Every part of our day is supporting women and their partners on their journey to completing their family. All of our women are strong leaders and understand the complexities and sensitivities of working in the fertility industry. They have years of experience working in their field and have mentored many others over the past few years. We are proud to have such women in our work force. Today we celebrate those women. 

PCOS and Getting Pregnant

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects many Irish women, so when it comes to falling pregnant, here’s what you need to know. 

Male fertility issues

A common misconception is that infertility is a woman's problem and once that ‘problem’ is fixed the couple will be able to conceive. This couldn’t be further from the truth, as after a woman’s age the most common cause of infertility is directly attributed to a factor in the male. 

Fabulous Fibre

What do you think of when you think fibre? All Bran, Special K?  Fibre is so important, it helps to keep the digestion system moving, but many people do not get enough fibre in their diet. But why is it important?

How does Embryoscope+ work?

Embryoscope Plus is a new generation incubator that uses time-lapse technology to allow us to continuously observe your embryos during their development undisturbed.