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Vitrified Eggs – What Are They All About?

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Vitrified Eggs – What Are They All About?

Vitrification is a relatively new method of freezing oocytes. The first baby from an egg that was preserved using this technique was born in 1999. Since then vitrified eggs have become an increasingly popular option offered by fertility clinics worldwide. Despite this, many people are still unfamiliar with the concept. Here at ManorIVF, we have […]

9 Things You Didn’t Know About Sperm Quality

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facts about sperm quality

Here at ManorIVF we see many, many patients from all over of the globe. Regardless of where someone is from, their background or their ethnicity, up to 1 in 3 couples who are having trouble conceiving find that the culprit is the male partner’s insufficient sperm quality. Time and time again we are asked, what can […]

Babies from Donated Oocytes… with Birth Mum’s DNA!

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Babies from Donated Oocytes … with Birth Mum’s DNA!

Many prospective egg donation recepients wonder whether a baby born from a donor egg will have genes from the birth mother. A 2015 study from Spain delivered exciting news for women who require egg donation – babies from donated oocytes will inherit some of the birth mother’s DNA. This was the first time such an […]

IVF Diet: Rapid Weight Loss Reduces Chances of IVF Success

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IVF diet

It is well known that obesity negatively impacts the chance of conceiving (both naturally and by means of IVF). Extra weight has also been associated with increased risk of developing PCOS, premature birth and various complications during delivery. A recent study by Dr Ciara Wright showed that extreme dieting and rapid weight loss are equally […]

We Wish You a Great 2017!

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Make 2017 the year you achieve happiness. We invite you to take a journey towards your long awaited family. Contact us now to find out more about egg donation abroad.

ManorIVF @ London Fertility Show 2016

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Check out ManorIVF’s booth H48 today & tomorrow at the London Fertility Show!

Male Factor Infertility? Your Mobile May Be at Fault, British Study Says

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Male Factor Infertility

Approximately every 7th couple in first-world countries has difficulties to conceive. In 40% of the cases these difficulties are related to male factor infertility. Sometimes seemingly harmless habits can damage the chances of having children. A 2014 study conducted by the University of Exeter found that when kept in a trouser pocket, mobile phone has […]


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