The Corpus Luteum

Written by Dr Sarah Merritt   You may have heard or read the term corpus luteum either during your scan or on your scan report. The corpus luteum (CL) is a small area on the ovary which is left behind after the egg is released.  It is formed from the follicle in...

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Vitamin D

Since the onset of the pandemic there has been increased interest in Vitamin D supplementation. The UK health departments have for several years recommended that pregnant and breastfeeding women take Vitamin D supplements. It is currently more important than usual to...

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Bacterial Vaginosis ( BV)

Bacterial vaginosis ( BV) can be one of the causes of vaginal discharge and is a common infection in women between 15 - 44 years old. One of the common symptoms is that the discharge has an odour that is 'fish' like and offensive.  The discharge tends to be thin and...

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Boy or Girl

Some parents-to-be can't wait to find out whether they're having a boy or a girl, while others choose to put off knowing the gender until birth. Your baby’s gender is determined at the moment of conception – when the sperm contributed a Y chromosome, which creates a...

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