What is ICSI? Most fertility patients know the basics. Fertilisation of an egg cell using ICSI means injecting a sperm cell directly into it. The aim? Better IVF fertilisation rates. But there’s more to ICSI than that. Here are five key things to think about.

For every positive study highlighting the potential of IVF, there's always another that's less cheery. You may have read scare stories online suggesting that IVF raises the risk of preeclampsia. Does it really? Let's take a look at the evidence.

Female infertility can be caused by a range of factors. Some of these are standalone causes. Others are often linked. In fact, it's not unusual to experience a combination of several issues. Read on to discover the top 10 causes of female infertility.

A hydrosalpinx is a tubal blockage. Until it’s diagnosed, you may never have heard of it. But if you’ve had problems getting or staying pregnant, a hydrosalpinx could be the cause. So what exactly is a hydrosalpinx and how does it affect fertility? Here are the facts.

OHSS During IVF, 7 Ways To Reduce The Risk OHSS, or ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, is a potentially serious side effect of IVF. One in eight IVF cycles leads to OHSS, with varying degrees of seriousness. If you’ve got PCOS, you need to take particular care. The good news? The risks of OHSS can be reduced by competent clinics – and you. Read our seven key tips.