Media Centre

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With news of Jennifer Anniston’s fertility struggles, the spotlight is on egg freezing more than ever. Read more on the Harpers Bazaar

Dr Gorgy speaks to Harpers Bazaar about egg freezing, embryo freezing, and the differences between these two fertility procedures.

Is there a link between IVF and premature menopause? Dr Gorgy puts the rumours to rest. Read more on the Evening Standard

A recent teaser for new show The Kardashians has viewers questioning whether IVF and early menopause are linked. Dr Gorgy speaks to the Evening Standard to put the minds of mums-to-be at ease.

You might be apprehensive about what sex feels like after birth. Dr Eskander shares his tips to help improve the experience. Read more on Red

Sex after giving birth is different for everyone, and there’s no rule for when you can do it again. But if you’re anxious about it, read this helpful advice from Dr Eskander on Red.

Dr Gorgy clears the air after a comment from Kim Kardashian about how her IVF treatment caused her to experience early menopause. Read more on HELLO!

Following a comment by Kim Kardashian about how IVF treatment brought on early menopause, Dr Gorgy speaks to Hello! magazine to get the facts straight.

Are more companies offering fertility benefits? Read more about this on WIRED

WIRED magazine speaks to Dr Gorgy about the age at which you should freeze your eggs in this article that explores employers supporting staff that wish to freeze their eggs.

Read about one woman’s experience of egg freezing with Dr Gorgy in MailPlus

Egg freezing is on the rise, and as one of the fastest-growing fertility treatments, more and more women are curious about what is actually involved. This journalist has her eggs frozen at The Fertility & Gynaecology Academy and recounts her experience.

Egg freezing – what’s it really like? Read a real life account in Cosmopolitan

This Cosmopolitan writer details her egg freezing journey at The Fertility & Gynaecology Academy as it happens to give you an honest, unbiased account of what the experience is really like. She talks fertility anxiety, first injections and the cost of egg freezing.

A journalist recounts her experience of a fertility MOT at The Fertility & Gynaecology Academy on Stylist

Journalist Amerley Ollennu, visited Dr Gorgy for a full fertility MOT. In her article, she explains what the process is like, and discusses the things to consider beforehand.

Dr Gorgy speaks to the Daily Mail about some of the issues that women are facing at work when undergoing fertility treatment

Many women are suffering discrimination in the workplace as a result of undergoing fertility treatments like IVF. This article delves into the subject, and Dr Gorgy weighs in, following revelations that some women have been fired for having time off for IVF.

There are many innovations arising in the world of fertility treatment. Dr Gorgy explains the new possibilities for those who want to become parents in the Mayfair Times

Dr Gorgy talks through the exciting advances taking place in fertility, and the possibilities that lie ahead – especially for those who are looking to preserve their fertility with treatments such as egg freezing.

Dr Gorgy clears up the speculation that abortions could have an affect on miscarriages later in life on the Mail Online

Dr Gorgy provides his expertise for the Mail Online to discuss the question of abortions and whether they have any impact on miscarriages later on in life, as presenter Nadia Sawalha, as well as others who have undergone terminations, voice their concerns.

As ovarian reserves decline with age, is it a good idea to get your eggs counted? Dr Gorgy discusses the topic in The Guardian

Seemingly whispered almost daily – a popular question among young women is “should I get my eggs counted?” Dr Gorgy explains to The Guardian that the answer is most definitely “yes”. This snapshot into a woman’s fertility can only bring greater knowledge and understanding of what is happening, and what to expect.

The number of women choosing to undergo IVF alone is rising. Dr Gorgy puts forward his thoughts in The Telegraph

Dr Gorgy comments on the ‘new solo mum’, explaining that increasing availability of fertility treatment is providing ample opportunity for women.

Looking to become pregnant? Dr Gorgy talks through 6 methods of improving fertility in Good Housekeeping

If you are looking to become pregnant, there are a few simple life changes you can make to help boost your fertility. In a Good Housekeeping article, journalists turned to Dr Gorgy for some tips and proven advice to up their chances.