Sheila Lamb

The United Kingdom

Sheila Lamb had a six-year infertility journey that involved a diagnosis of unexplained infertility, two unsuccessful fertility treatment cycles, an early pregnancy loss after a donor egg cycle, investigations into natural killer cells and thrombophilia, and a successful second donor egg cycle. Her rainbow baby was born in 2011, a week after her forty-seventh birthday. This life-changing experience has led her to support the trying to conceive (TTC) and baby loss communities, by publishing her This is fertility book series – a collection of true-life short stories, straight from the heart about the emotional realities of infertility, IVF, the two-week wait and loss, from women and men passionate about offering their support.