Fertility remains taboo despite advances in treatment

Close up couple holding hands

Advances in fertility treatments must be matched with greater understanding of the personal impact of dealing with infertility

Pros and cons of corporate egg freezing

Egg freezing

Two thought leaders debate the pros and cons of corporate intervention in women’s fertility through a “freeze your eggs” benefit scheme

Can technology get you pregnant?

Daysy app on iPhone

Smart technology, including apps and wearable devices, can now aid women to monitor their fertility

British embryo technique continues to grow

The technique of in vitro fertilisation (IVF), pioneered in Britain, has enabled millions of couples around the world to have children, but developments in fertility treatments continue to spark controversy, writes Lilian Anekwe

From Oldham to fertility clinics around the world

Since the world’s first “test-tube baby” was born in Oldham almost 35 years ago, the revolutionary treatment of in vitro fertilisation (IVF) has continued to advance, as Liz Bestic reports

Finding the best clinic for you

Getting fertility treatment on the National Health Service can be a postcode lottery and going private is equally challenging, writes Kate Brian, who offers a guide for couples in need of help