Galway Fertility Clinic welcomes anyone who may have fertility issues or is concerned about their chances of a pregnancy to a consultation

Galway Fertility Clinic sees 20% increase in pregnancy rates

Galway Fertility Clinic has one of the highest success rates in Ireland when it comes to helping people start or grow a family. Over the past year or so it has seen a 20% increase...
Debbie McDonagh of the Western Region Drug and Alcohol Task Force, Regional Family Support Co-ordinator, with the Family Support Handbook launched recently. Photo: Iain McDonald.

Parents who live in fear of violent and abusive kids

Lifestyle - Dearbhla Geraghty attended the Child to Parent Violence Seminar in Galway and heard of a growing prevalence of the issue Parents are living in fear of violence and abuse at the hands of...
Galway Fertility Clinic's Laboratory Director Jenny Cloherty operates one of the Clinic's two embryoscopes

Galway Fertility Clinic – What is an embryoscope?

Galway Fertility Clinic is the only location in Ireland with two high-tech embryoscopes. Standard IVF sees embryos removed from an incubator once a day so specialists can make sure they're growing as they should be. But,...
Traders in Eyre Square in thye 1970s at the location currently being occupied by the Galway Christmas Market.

Galway In Days Gone By

1916 No Christmas box A largely-attended, and very representative, meeting of the Shopkeepers of Galway was held on Thursday evening last, when, after discussing the difficulties of carrying on business at the present time, it was...
Egg vitrification or freezing of eggs for later use is available at Galway Fertility Clinic

Galway Fertility Clinic – Egg Vitrification

Egg vitrification or freezing is now available at Galway Fertility Clinic. This can be considered as insurance against aging as it involves freezing eggs when young so they are available when older. In many cases they...
A view across the Claddagh Basin from the tower of Galway Fire Station in the Summer of 1979. The most notable features are the derelict Fisheries Watchtower (left centre), now revamped with a new footbridge access and hosting a small fisheries museum, and the decaying McDonogh's Fertiliser premises, now the site of Jury's Hotel and a multi-storey carpark.

Galway In Days Gone By

1916 Negligent councillors There was important business to be transacted by the District Council of Oughterard last Thursday, but there was no meeting for want of a quorum. It may not be out of place to...


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