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More than 100 women gave Galway addresses when accessing an abortion in the UK in 2016. At least 9 women travelled each month from Galway to the United Kingdom in order to access abortion services.
NaPro, the restorative approach to your gynaecological health and natural fertility, available again in the west
After providing NaPro FertilityCare for 10 years in the Galway Clinic and for one year in the Beacon Court in Dublin, Dr Caroline Guindon has started to practice again in Galway. Her practice opened on October 4 in the Arlington House Medical Centre in Oranmore.
I was about to write a neat story about maternity cycle & exercise and then I just realised that hey, I’m no expert.
We all lead busy, stressful, lives. Pressures of work, family obligations, and financial worries can all contribute to high stress levels. Research has also shown that stress plays a major factor in infertility and a woman's chance of conceiving. Concerns regarding fertility can add to existing worries. Couples affected by infertility have a tendency to become increasingly isolated and avoid gatherings with family and friends who have children.
Galway Fertility Clinic boasts exceptional success rates, when compared with both Irish and European clinics, making it a centre of excellence in the fertility arena. There are only three fertility sub-specialists in Ireland, with two of those now based at Galway Fertility Clinic.
This year Galway Fertility Clinic turns 21, along with many of its first babies.
Have you been dreaming of getting pregnant, without success? Have you gone through several hormone injections or in vitro fertilisation cycles without success? Or do you have any period problems? Do you complain of night sweats, hot flushes, mood swings, pain during intercourse, increased anxiety or irritability, or other menopause-related symptoms? Are you feeling stressful or anxious during the onset of menopause?
The Abortion Pill Bus, which will carry abortion pills, currently not legally available in Ireland, will be in Galway city tomorrow [Friday October 23] to raise issues of reproductive rights and the repeal of the controversial 8th Ammendment of the constitution.
A survey investigating the sexual health and attitudes of students at NUI Galway has revealed that a quarter of female participants reported attempted or completed forced sexual assault.
Cura Galway will host an information evening in Bia Blasta Cafe, Carraroe, next Tuesday April 28 from 6.30pm-8.30pm.