A BBC presenter who has spent four years trying to have a baby has told how she would sometimes hide at home because she is so afraid of seeing pregnant women.
Sophie Sulehria said that – after six failed rounds of IVF – she has had to miss birthday parties and walk out of shops because she finds the sight of expectant mothers so upsetting…
Full article here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5048359/BBC-host-s-unsuccessful-40-000-IVF-treatment-ordeal.html
After IVF failed for us, my husband Jonny and I have been exploring alternative parenting options and documenting this for The PM Programme on BBC Radio 4.
During the series we look at donor conception, adoption, the male side of things, foster to adopt, overseas adoption, and a life without children.
Listen to the full series here: Our Fertility Series
Infertility is an issue that affects so many…
Approximately 3.5 million people in the UK have trouble conceiving naturally. Around 50,000 of these people seek help from fertility doctors every year. Yet IVF is only successful for 30% of them. Then what do people do?
That’s why we are sharing our experience, in the hope that others in the same boat can take something from it.
Thank you to Eddie and the team at PM for their support, and for totally getting behind this subject. Please do listen, share, comment, and keep talking.
Thank you x