We post regularly on a variety of issues relating to subjects including fertility, nutrition, health and exercise. Here is where you will find insights into the unique balanced approach that enables us to offer information relevant to your situation.
As we emerge from winter into spring there isn’t a single one of us who isn’t affected by the current pandemic that is sweeping the globe and causing so much illness, stress and anxiety.
I am the clinical lead for one of the largest reproductive medicine units in the UK and it has been heart breaking for me and my team to have to put on hold much longed for fertility treatments.
Of course everyone is concerned to know what effect, if any, the CoronaVirus will have on your fertility and reproductive health.
National Fertility Awareness Week is an important time of year for the one in six couples in the UK who are coping with fertility issues. Both Adam Balen and I care deeply about this cause.
One thing that we try to communicate is that often there are things that you can do to gain a little control in the situation and to help improve your chances of a healthy pregnancy.
National Fertility Awareness Week has seen us both give talks at The Fertility Show so that couples are able to access reliable, evidence-base information.
Adam is a passionate campaigner for the provision of equitable access of NHS-funded IVF treatment around the country, in accordance with NICE guidelines.
For National Fertility Week, Adam appears on Victoria Derbyshire discussing the postcode lottery for NHS funding of IVF.
Grace and Adam are both regular speakers on the The Fertility Show seminar programme.
Grace’s talk was the most attended talk of the Manchester show, and both she and Adam will be speaking at The Fertility Show in London.
Grace Dugdale and Adam Balen appear in BBC documentary ‘The Truth About Carbs’ with Dr Xand Van Tulleken.
Grace talks about the evidence base for the need for good energy metabolism for male and female fertility, and how carbs fit into this picture.
Adam also appears on the programme commenting about their preconception care and fertility course for patients trying to conceive and their joint work in Leeds.
Adam appeared on BBC Breakfast to talk about The Fertility Education Initiative and his ongoing work to campaign for proper NHS funding of IVF treatment.
Grace and Adam both recently gave talks at The Fertility Show in Manchester, with Grace’s talk being the most attended of all the talks at The Fertility Show.
Adam and Grace have been commissioned to write a joint book on all things fertility and achieving a healthy pregnancy. Please come back to this site as more details will be posted soon.