World Menopause Day

World Menopause Day – 18th October

Happy World Menopause Day! The theme for this year’s World Menopause Day is cardiovascular disease. Cardiovascular disease is a general term for conditions affecting the heart or blood vessels. We may find yourselves asking what the menopause has to do with cardiovascular disease. It is important for us to understand that the changing hormone levels… Read More

Semen Analysis

Men, do you need to check out your fertility? Infertility affects 1 in 10 couples overall. This becomes more common as you get older. By their late 30s, 1 in 5 couples will have difficulty getting pregnant. Women often shoulder the “blame” and will get themselves thoroughly checked out if they haven’t fallen pregnant within… Read More


Community transmission of Covid-19 has increased recently as we all know. We are deferring all routine in-clinic consultations for the next few weeks. We will continue to offer telephone consultations and we will see any emergencies. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding…. it is important that we protect our patients and our team at… Read More

Understanding Menopause and HRT

What is the Menopause? The Menopause is officially defined as the last day of your last menstrual period, but most people use the word “menopause” when they talk about the symptoms that can occur in the months or years when a woman’s fertility is winding down. During this time, our bodies transition from producing large… Read More

New Specialist Fertility Service at Bray Women’s Health Centre

Worried about your future fertility? Sense your biological clock is ticking and not sure what to do about it? Trying to get pregnant but it’s just not happening? Wondering if it’s time to get help? Thinking about attending a specialist clinic but it seems expensive and a bit daunting? Already had unsuccessful fertility treatment and… Read More