News & Blog


Parents and their IVF babies born over the last four decades gathered in the grounds of BCRM’s clinic at Aztec West in Bristol on Saturday (20 April) to celebrate 40 years of ‘Made in Bristol’ babies.

23rd Apr 2024
Celebrating 40 years of IVF in Bristol with Caroline Harvey

Caroline shares her pioneering experience as one of Bristol's first IVF patients 39 years ago

23rd Apr 2024
Celebrating 40 years of IVF in Bristol with Emily Glennon

Emily shares her recent IVF experience at our celebratory event

19th Apr 2024
Embarking on the IVF journey: a guide to using donor eggs

Each IVF journey is entirely unique and some people decide to use donor eggs. To learn more about this fertility treatment, take a look at our latest guide.

19th Apr 2024
The role of fertility ultrasounds in assessing female reproductive health

Fertility ultrasounds are a great way of assessing female reproductive health. Learn more with the Bristol Centre for Reproductive Medicine.

3rd Apr 2024
'We are so proud of our journey' an emotional insight by a BCRM family.

We have had a long road and it has been a complicated one.

2nd Apr 2024
IVF dad says the reason he was born was to be his baby's father

Although they were united by their desire to have a baby, the mixed Thai/British heritage of would-be parents Jarmmy and John Greenwood gave the couple a broader-than-average perspective when they were researching how to approach their IVF treatment.

26th Feb 2024
Interpreting your sperm count test results: what do the numbers signify?

Semen analysis tests offer insights into your reproductive health. Learn what your sperm count test results mean and what the numbers signify with BCRM.

21st Feb 2024
ICSI treatment: a breakthrough in assisted reproduction

ICSI is an effective and groundbreaking fertility treatment. Learn more about ICSI and assisted reproduction with the Bristol Centre for Reproductive Medicine.

19th Feb 2024

Intermittent fasting is an emerging field with a growing range of health benefits including weight loss, better blood sugar regulation, improved hormone levels and a healthier gut. As time restricted eating (TRE) has a positive effect on many parts of the body, including female reproductive systems, there is potential that it could influence sperm production, however, this has not yet been investigated.