In this piece, aimed at those at the very beginning of their journey, clinic account manager Milagros Ruete answers a handful of the most frequently asked questions that the team at Cryos encounter, including the big one – just how to get fertility treatment in the UK through a clinic, and using donor sperm.
Our fave lez/bi couple is taking the next step, so it’s time to take a trip down memory lane… BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS We’ve watched them fall in love, get married, make a documentary, go on tour, write a book and Rosie’s hair colour change between blonde and ginger numerous times over nine whole years. Let’s reminisce [….]
“I don’t know about you, but I very rarely take time for myself” BY KATY ROBSON-MALONE For months I’ve been brushing aside any of those regular pregnancy ailments, as we were both so uncertain about what was going to happen with this pregnancy. But now we have made it passed the 24 week milestone, with [….]
So, you’ve made the big decision – now what? BY CRYOS INTERNATIONAL So, you’ve made the big decision – that you want to start building your own little family and that you need a sperm donor to help you achieve this dream. What now? Where to start and what to consider? It can all seem [….]
Seasonal honeymoon ideas for getting out in the great outdoors in LGBTQI-friendly Illinois 🇺🇸 Getting married = exciting. Travelling = exciting. Travelling abroad after just getting married? Very, very exciting. And what better place to do so that in self-appointed #amazingforall state Illinois? Here are just a handful of ideas perfect for those newly-wedded couples [….]
“I have two mummies and a bump” BY KATY ROBSON-MALONE And just like that, the whirlwind sunshine child has begun her school days without any hesitation – she skipped on in. Typical of this energetic, fun-loving, crazy kid, and we loved how she didn’t look back. After her first day, we asked her what her [….]
“What was going to happen? Could our baby survive this?” BY KATY ROBSON-MALONE This is a long one so you definitely need a cuppa for when you read it! So just when we thought that the worst was over, sadly it wasn’t the case. After the initial bleed at 12 weeks, the bleeding did stop, [….]