Whether you’ve been trying to conceive for a while, have done IUI and are considering IVF, or have had previous unsuccessful IVF cycles; you know firsthand that fertility can be stressful. Adding to that stress can often be making the time to see the doctor, be monitored and for the egg retrieval and embryo transfer itself. In November 2018, an article in MetroUK highlighted just how difficult...Learn More
Due to the nature of our business, there are huge personal stories behind each pregnancy test and birth announcement but they are normally kept private between us and our patients. Country Music’s star couple Rose Falcon and Rodney Atkins are one of the few patients of ours who publicly announced that they visited us for successful IVF treatment. Rose Falcon announced to the world that she...Learn More
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS): an infertility issue that is little understood.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the primary causes of a woman’s infertility. Between the age of 20 to 40, PCOS affects somewhere between 5% to 10% of women. This makes it the most widespread reproductive syndrome for this age group of women.
Since PCOS cannot be diagnosed with one test alone and...Learn More
Register today for our next free seminar – Managing PCOS. Dr. Skinner explains how PCOS can be managed to achieve a successful pregnancy.
To learn more simply complete the form below and a copy of the presentation will be emailed to you to watch in the comfort and privacy of your own home:Where are you located? ---AfghanistanAlbaniaAlgeriaAmerican...Learn More
‘Monitoring’ is a general name for the activities of ultrasound and/or bloodwork testing, to evaluate how a woman is responding to her stimulation treatment. The results of the ultrasound and/or bloodwork are reviewed by the physician, and further instructions for continued treatment are shared by the patient’s nurse.
This is a general explanation of the routine IVF monitoring which all...Learn More