Diet can have an impact on both male and female fertility. In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) is a commonly discussed fertility treatment which is suitable for some couples. It isn’t the only treatment available, with others such as Ovulation Induction and Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) also potential options. 

Fertility treatment | The making of a happy ending

Fiona frantically shoos an angry wasp away from her little boy Harris, who’s sat in a high chair in the kitchen eating his lunch. Karen runs for a newspaper to swat it as Harris chomps away obliviously. It’s the scene of an ordinary family, on an ordinary day. But Fiona and Karen have come a long way to reach this point.

As a same sex couple, the options for having their own children haven’t always been available to them. For many years, Karen says, they didn’t consider it an option, and remained content in their busy professional lives within the sports industry. But with options becoming more and more available to same sex couples over the course of their relationship, they began to contemplate life with children.

Find out more about their story.

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