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Deciding To Start A Family With Fertility Treatment

Starting a family is a really big milestone, and it’s essential to have a supportive team. We have helped hundreds of women and couples become parents with the use of donor sperm at Waterstone Clinic.

What is the process like?

When you decide to start your family, we assess your fertility to choose the treatment that’s best for you. You’ll then have a meeting with our dedicated sperm donation co-ordinator who will help you through the process, of assessments, blood tests, counselling, and selecting your donor. Once you’re ready to start your treatment, we import the sperm from your chosen donor, and our medical team prepare you for your treatment, which is usually IUI (sometimes called ‘artificial insemination’) or IVF treatment. Two weeks later, you can take a pregnancy test, and we perform your early pregnancy scans.

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Welcome to our biggest and brightest issue of the year - our annual Pride Edition. We made a call out for members of our LGBT+ family to design our cover. All who entered are featured inside, and for the first time ever we have a bumper double cover by artists Gabriel Marques and Day Magee! Inside we round-up all the Prides taking place across Ireland alongside interviews with young people from rural areas who explain Pride’s importance. There’s a conversation between Will St Leger, the Dublin Pride Grand Marshall, and Bruce Coleman, an ACT UP activist who was in New York after Stonewall. There’s a remembrance of the Repeal movement and a feature about the prejudice faced by lesbian women and trans folk in barbershops. GCN also reaches out to the community; chatting to the myriad places where our magazine is delivered. And that’s only the tip of the Pride float. From all at GCN, we wish you a happy, safe and fabulous Pride season!