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Results from the New Clinical Study

It’s easy for a couple to feel overwhelmed when trying to conceive, especially if it takes longer than expected to successfully start a family. And there are so many questions that couples tend to ask [...]

From Ejaculation To Conception: How The Stork Can Help

When it comes to fertility, there are a LOT of factors that can affect how easily couples conceive, including how well the reproductive systems of both partners are functioning. Unfortunately, due to both the complexity [...]

4 things all dads-to-be need to know

There's tons of information out there for pregnant women, but who's helping future dads feel baby-ready? Read more here: http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/parenting/pregnancy/advice/a25808/4-things-new-dads-need-to-know/

How Stress Can Impact Natural Fertility

Trying to start a family can be surprisingly tricky. Not only do couples need to time their efforts just right – they also need to consider how a range of environmental and health factors can [...]

Fertility Issues in Men: Does Age Matter?

Age-related fertility issues are a well-known source of conception difficulties. Yet for the most part, they are viewed as a women’s fertility issue. The reality is that age related fertility issues can affect a man’s [...]

Nutritional Recommendations for Couples Trying To Conceive

When we think about nutrition and its impact on fertility, we tend to think about the many recommendations that are given to women who want to conceive. Here at the Stork we have a few [...]

The Huffington Post 9th June, 2015

Trying to Conceive and Erectile Dysfunction: Three Things You Can Do When the Sex Isn't Working. Read more here: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/dee-armstrong/trying-to-conceive_b_6730352.html

Babyexpert

Did you miss our Babyexpert Q&A? Here’s what Professor Downes had to say about fertility, including answers to lots of your questions about what can help: http://www.babyexpert.com/forum/expert-qandas-and-webchats/expert-qanda-on-fertility-and-conception-with-obstetrician-and-gynaecologist-professor-ellis-downes-answers-back/195833.html

Daily Mail 3rd October, 2014

New research suggests that 5 units of alcohol a week can affect sperm count and quality in men. Read more here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2778779/How-just-four-pints-lager-week-harms-male-fertility.html

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