The week of April 21st through April 27th is National Infertility Awareness Week® (NIAW). NIAW is the largest public awareness campaign that addresses the public health issue of infertility and was founded in 1989 by the United States based non-profit group, RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. Every year, NIAW aims to educate the public on infertility as well as support those who...Learn More
In discussing my IVF experience thus far with my close family, I realized that one of the things I truly loved was the small and intimate setting of Barbados IVF. It is not a huge institution with nameless, faceless personalities just doing their job. I felt really at home and embraced by the kind and caring attitude of everyone with whom I interacted. It was also very endearing to me that the...Learn More
This year BFC main topic is Healthy Lifestyle, and when it comes to health… weight matters.
Underweight, over-weight and obese women and men, are at higher risk for several health problems and an unhealthy body weight may lead to infertility.
We do not want you with a cover magazine perfect bikini body! (by the way, what is perfect?!) We love our smiling patients as they are, real...Learn More
We are thankful to God for such a successful journey, and also grateful to all the doctors and staff of Barbados Fertility Center for making our dream of having our own child come true. Right from the telephone conversations, through the first day we stepped into the center, until the day we traveled back to America, every member of the center was professional, loving , cheerful, skillful and...Learn More
When you’re trying to conceive or going through fertility treatment, your focus at times may be more on outside factors. For example, if you’re doing in vitro fertilization, how many eggs were retrieved? How is the quality of our embryos? Or, if you’ve just started trying to have a family, you may be using ovulation prediction kits, wondering about your partner’s sperm count or if you’re...Learn More