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In Ireland up to one in six couples are affected with infertility. While the causes can be wide ranging including hormone imbalance, PCOS, endometriosis, and sperm disorders, the effects of being unable to conceive can be very distressing for the couple concerned. Acupuncture treatment is widely used by couples seeking to improve their chances of conceiving.
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.
An event to honour and celebrate the lives of babies who were lost through miscarriage will take place this Sunday May 28.
NUI Galway’s Professor Fidelma Dunne has own the overall award at the Irish Healthcare Awards 2016 as judges deemed that her research to improve pregnancy outcomes for women with diabetes, would have an outstanding impact on patient access and care while also making cost savings to service delivery.
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.
It is not uncommon for women to have cysts on their ovaries. Very often ovarian cysts go unnoticed as they can be quite small and cause no pain or discomfort.
It is not uncommon for women to have cysts on their ovaries. Very often ovarian cysts go unnoticed as they are often quite small and cause no pain or discomfort.
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.
Consultant obstetrician/gynaecologist Dr Declan Egan, who practises at University Hospital Galway and runs the private Galway Fertility Unit in Rahoon, should have sought the consent of a Galwaywoman before he clipped both her fallopian tubes but argues his action was medically justified, a fitness to practice enquiry was told this week.
Galway For Life, the local pro life organisation, has called