News & Blog

16th Feb 2024

A new fertility clinic run by leading West Country fertility treatment provider Bristol Centre for Reproductive Medicine (BCRM) has opened at the Sulis Hospital in Peasedown St John and is already providing local fertility advice and diagnosis for people in Bath struggling to have a baby.

18th Dec 2023
Exploring female fertility tests: what you need to know

When deciding to have a baby, planning for this next stage in your life is important. With the support of fertility experts, like our dedicated team at the Bristol Centre for Reproductive Medicine, you can access female fertility testing and learn everything you need to know about conceiving in a way that works for you.

27th Nov 2023
Appeal to find the first IVF babies conceived and born in Bristol

An unusual appeal is being launched in the West Country: to find the first people conceived and born in Bristol as the result of IVF so they can be included in celebrations to mark 40 years since the first IVF baby was born in the city back in 1984.

11th May 2022
BCRM on ITV news discussing IVF Fertility treatment Add-ons
23rd Dec 2019
Infertility Support

BCRM are committed to ensuring that people with the need for infertility treatment have the support available to them, our team of fertility specialists have created a library of Vlog content to help you find the answers you might be seeking for.

31st Oct 2016
Fertility, more than just my career

I decided on a career as a doctor very early. Probably aged 5 whilst trying to intubate my sister with a snorkel on holiday! At medical school, I was interested in women’s health from the start and particularly, the amazing anatomical and physical changes that occur during pregnancy. As a postgraduate, I chose to train in the field of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

27th Aug 2015
When should one seek help for fertility problems?

This would vary depending on individual circumstances. Generally if a couple has been trying to conceive for more than a year it is likely that there is a problem contributing to their difficulties, nevertheless, 50% of couples who haven’t conceived after one year will conceive if they wait another year. It is for this reason, that the UK’s National Institute for clinical excellence (NICE) recommends waiting 2 years before undergoing treatment for fertility problems.