Discover the true cost of having a female reproductive system, from inequalities in the prices of products to women having to spend more time at the doctors. Continue reading
Women’s reproductive health has historically been undervalued in society, neglected in medical research, prone to misdiagnosis by doctors, trivialised by the media and treated cursorily by governments. However, research has found that women tend to spend more – financially, emotionally and time-wise – on their reproductive health. The articles below touch on some of these issues.
How do women feel about their reproductive health?
How do women feel about their reproductive health, and do they trust doctors to guide them through their questions, issues and concerns? Find out here. Continue reading
Misconceptions and misinformation in reproductive health
What are the implications of the rife misinformation regarding women’s reproductive health? Dr Anne Henderson takes us through some of the most pressing issues. Continue reading
Birth injuries for mums from a physical perspective
Some mums can suffer serious injuries during child birth. Whilst the needs of the new baby must be met, mums need to support to get the right treatment and support. Read more here in our blog. Continue reading
Women’s cancers and the impact on fertility
For women who suffer a delay in diagnosis of gynaecological cancer, the delay can mean the difference between being able to have children or not. Read our blog for more information on the options available to those affected. Continue reading
UK Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week
29 April to 5 May 2019 marks Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, the aim of which is to raise awareness of maternal mental health issues during pregnancy or after having a baby, to encourage mothers to get the support they need. Read more in our blog. Continue reading
Claiming costs of surrogacy after personal injury
Where a physical injury has caused infertility then you will usually be entitled to claim the costs of fertility treatment such as IVF, according to current case law. Read our blog for more information on the current situation. Continue reading