“How are yoooouuuu?”
This is the most loaded question anyone can ask right now and for some reason there is an emphasis on the word YOU each time.
If your answer doesn’t include the word “complicated“… in some vein you are not in my tribe! The timeline of this pandemic feels like it is now in dog years with each second multiplied by seven.
We were out the other day and usual pleasantries...Learn More
Failure after IVF can be devastating for many couple. A cycle of IVF requires work, effort, money and most of all… generate hope. Hope for success that results in having a healthy beautiful baby in your arms.
So, when IVF fails, it raises the question of why? Why did not work with me? What I did wrong? Sometimes there will be a clear reason but often there is no direct answer. And this...Learn More
The month of October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. This provides an opportunity to educate the public on such sensitive topics as miscarriage, pregnancy loss, stillbirth, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and the death of a newborn. It also acknowledges those who have endured such a loss to let them know they are not alone.
How it is honored globally
Globally, the fifteenth...Learn More
Where has the time gone?!
It’s hard to believe that it has been 4 months since we sat here at our virtual table! It was the beginning of COVID and I think we can all agree that none of us could have been prepared for what was to come. Here in Barbados we fell in line like soldiers and followed the government’s mandates to flatten the curve. Was it easy? No. Did it work? Yes. Barbados was...Learn More
As we get ready to return to international patients coming to Barbados for IVF treatment, we have put in place some changes to ensure the safety for the patients and staff:
Limitation of the number of persons simultaneously present in the centre with our waiting room seating area spaced for social distancing. The three waiting rooms will be utilized to minimize patient to patient contact....Learn More