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  • Endometriosis

    Endometriosis and Fertility – What do you need to know?

    April 3, 2023rubyross

    Whether you have endometriosis, have a partner with endometriosis or even are just curious, you may be wondering, does endometriosis affect fertility?  We have broken down the science below to help you answer the most frequently asked questions when it comes to endometriosis and fertility. Is it possible to get pregnant with endometriosis? Although it is possible to get pregnant with endometriosis, there is a chance you may experience difficulty…

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  • Fibroids 101: Signs, symptoms and treatments

    April 3, 2023rubyross

    Around 2 in 3 women will develop a fibroid at some point in their lifetime, but what are fibroids, and how do they affect our lives? Don’t worry; we are taking it back to basics and giving you the lowdown on fibroids.  What are fibroids? Uterine fibroids are benign or non-cancerous growths of fibrous and muscle tissue in or around the uterus (womb). They are sometimes known as myomas or…

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  • black women health initiative

    The BWHI Launch Event – Wrapped

    February 23, 2023rubyross

    On Wednesday, the 15th of February, we hosted our first community event to launch our Black Women’s Health Initiative. It was a privilege to have brought together so many people who were actively engaged in the topic.  The event provided us with such insightful information and has helped us not only hone our commitments to change but also acted as the first step in our journey as a company. We…

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  • best way to test

    What makes Hertility different to other at-home fertility tests?

    December 12, 2022Hertility

    Around the world, people are becoming more aware of their fertility. While fertility struggles used to be kept private, the conversation is opening up around the potential for fertility problems and so fertility testing is much more common than it used to be. But with more at-home fertility tests available, how do you know which one is best? This is an important time to put your eggs in the right…

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  • Hertility video

    The Reproductive Revolution hits the Cinema

    November 25, 2022Hertility

    Hertility partners with Pearl & Dean for the launch of #MeToo film, ‘She Said’, to rally women in the UK for the next women’s rights movement, the Reproductive Revolution. Women’s health company Hertility’s award-winning film, ‘Ooh Someone’s Hormonal,’ spotlighted the lack of research on women’s bodies and called out society for using women’s hormones against them. Now, they’re teaming up with Pearl & Dean, the UK’s best-known cinema advertising contractor,…

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  • Email Girlcott Campaign


    November 16, 2022Hertility

    Join the Mother of all movements. We’re joining forces with 5 other female-founded women’s health, wellness and fitness brands are boycotting the usual Black Friday behaviour for a week of amplified knowledge, meaningful discounts and community building, together in a bid to bridge the gender care gap. Use the code GIRLCOTT for 15% off your purchase* from any of the brands involved. From healthcare to fitness and menstrual cycle care…

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  • Everything you need to know about thyroid imbalances

    Thyroid Hormones 101: Hypothyroidism and Hyperthyroidism

    September 23, 2022Hertility

    Key takeaways:  Our thyroid hormones are a trio of hormones that all have really important roles in the body. This love triangle influences a whole host of bodily functions, including our metabolism, our growth and development, our digestion, temperature, mood, heart health and of course, our periods, menstrual cycles and ovulation. Seriously, these little hormones are always busy. But just like many of our other hormones, our thyroid hormones are…

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  • A guide to hormone testing

    Can I test my hormones and fertility if I’m using contraception?

    September 23, 2022Hertility

    Key takeaways:  There are 17 different types of contraception including hormonal and non-hormonal options. Hormonal contraception works by altering your natural hormone levels to either prevent ovulation and/or bring about bodily changes that discourage pregnancy. Non-hormonal contraception doesn’t alter your hormone levels and prevents pregnancy using a different set of methods. If you’re using hormonal, or non-hormonal contraception, you can still take a Hertility Hormone and Fertility test, but your…

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  • Prolactin

    Prolactin 101: Everything you need to know about prolactin

    September 23, 2022Hertility

    Key takeaways Prolactin is an important hormone that has roles all around the body and within the reproductive system Prolactin has a well-established role within breast growth and breast milk production during and after pregnancy Prolactin imbalances can interfere with our menstrual cycles and ovulation, impacting our fertility and chances of conceiving Testing our prolactin regularly with a hormone and fertility test can help us get to the bottom of…

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  • This one is for my cysters

    PCOS 101- This One Is For Our Cysters!

    September 22, 2022Zoya Ali

    Key Takeaways: PCOS is a very common hormone imbalance disorder affecting that assigned female-at-birth of reproductive age. PCOS can cause missed or irregular menstrual periods, issues with ovulation, increased levels of androgens, excess hair growth, skin issues and weight issues.  The main treatment for PCOS is symptom management and may depend on whether or not someone is trying to actively become pregnant.  Being diagnosed with PCOS does not necessarily mean…

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