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Fibroids can cause women difficulties in becoming pregnant or maintaining a successful pregnancy. Our expert fertility and gynaecology specialists have a wealth of experience in treating women with fibroids who want to become pregnant now, or in the future. We offer a range of specialist fertility procedures, together with timely diagnosis and management of fibroids, in a sensitive and supportive environment.
We specialise in the treatment of fibroids and will design an individualised care plan to reduce the impact fibroids are having on your fertility. Our expert team offer treatments to improve your chances of becoming pregnant if you have fibroids. We offer a comprehensive and state-of-the-art fertility service, with all proven treatments available for our patients.
Experts in laparoscopic surgeries.
Inspection of the womb and cervix.
Eggs and sperm are introduced in culture and left to fertilise overnight.
A single sperm is injected into a mature egg to fertilise.
Gametes and embryos are stored for the future.
State-of-the-art diagnostic tools and techniques.
Embryos are tested for chromosomal abnormalities.
Sperm is transferred into the womb.
Sperm analysis and freezing for use in the future.
Infertility can be treated with our expert guidance and treatments.
You may already have a diagnosis of fibroids, or you may be concerned that your difficulties in conceiving may be related to undiagnosed fibroids. We will undertake a full review of your history and symptoms, as well as your hopes and plans to have a baby.
We will undertake tests and procedures to find out if you have fibroids, how severe it is and if necessary perform conservative surgery to remove the fibroids.
You won't have to wait long for a diagnosis or prognosis. We will discuss the effect of the fibroids on your fertility, together with treatments or procedures that we provide to improve your chances of becoming pregnant.
Fibroids are lumps or growths that have grown within the uterus. Although fibroids are sometimes called tumours they are almost always benign. Fibroids are a common cause of infertility.
Fibroids can be a single growth or cluster and their size can vary from very small like a seed to the size of a grapefruit. Fibroids affect fertility in different ways:
Early diagnosis and treatment can help to prevent this damage. If untreated, fibroids can lead to long-term infertility and recurrent miscarriages.
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