#StartAsking is the theme for this year’s National Infertility Awareness week, which runs from April 24th to April 30th 2016. In support of all of our patients that are suffering with infertility, we encourage you to watch these amazing video’s from our previous patients who were brave enough to ask questions and leave their home country for successful IVF in Barbados.Learn More
Dr. Juliet Skinner, Medical Director at Barbados Fertility Centre blogs about Endometriosis
Endometriosis is a common condition, affecting over 7 million women in the USA. It is a common cause of pelvic pain, and unfortunately a medical condition which is associated with huge implications for fertility. While clinically diverse, it is generally progressive and over time significantly reduces...Learn More
We are a team of women working with couples but in particular other women to deliver on their dreams of starting (or expanding) a family. Women have achieved a lot but there is sill a long way to go. We will continue today and every day to provide the best treatment options for women suffering with infertility. We will continue to give voice to the disease (on our social platforms) which...Learn More
The Endometrial Receptivity Array Test (ERA) is a method of assessing when the endometrium is most receptive, in order to give a personalised embryo transfer.
The receptivity of the endometrium is a crucial factor in determining the success of IVF treatment.
The endometrium is the tissue lining the uterus, which gets thicker during the cycle until it reaches the optimum thickness for...Learn More
Tubal ligation, also known as “having one’s tubes tied,” is a permanent form of birth control done using either one of two methods. A mini laparotomy or laparoscopy.
A mini laparotomy involves making a small incision in the abdomen and locating the fallopian tubes, which conduct the eggs from the ovaries to the uterus. After the tubes are found and drawn outside the body...Learn More