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Public understandings of science. British South Asian men's perceptions of third party assisted conception
(The Internatinal Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 2007)
Infertility, gamete donation and relatedness in British South Asian communities
(Cambrigde University Press, 2014-08)
Endometriosis, biographical appraisals and the couple unit
Endometriosis is a chronic condition affecting between 2-17% of women of reproductive age. Common symptoms are chronic pelvic pain, fatigue, severe pain during menstruation, heavy menstrual bleeding, and pain during sex. ...
Assisted Conception and South Asian communities in the UK: Public perceptions of the use of donor gametes in infertility treatment
This paper explores ‘public’ attitudes to the use of donated gametes in infertility treatment amongst members of British South Asian communities in the UK. The study included 14 single-sex focus groups with a total of 100 ...
Cross-border reproductive care: A review of the literature.
Infertility counselling and diversity: British South Asian couples
(British Infertility Counselling Association, 2005)
‘The bloke can be a bit hazy about what’s going on’: men and cross-border reproductive treatment
While social science research has begun to demonstrate the significant impact of infertility and involuntary childlessness for men, far fewer studies have specifically explored the male experience of, or men’s involvement ...
Fertility and Reproductive Technologies
(Polity Books, 2015-01)
'I don’t know what sex is like without pain’: the impact of endometriosis on sexual relationships in couples
Background Endometriosis is a common, chronic, disabling condition of unknown aetiology which affects an estimated 5-15% of women worldwide. Common symptoms include dysmenorrhoea, heavy menstrual bleeding, pelvic pain, ...