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You may be finding it difficult to become pregnant because you are suffering from an undiagnosed or untreated gynaecological condition. Our combined focus and expertise on gynaecology and fertility sets us apart. We treat these conditions in our state-of-the-art facility, maximising your chances of becoming pregnant.
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Experts in laparoscopic surgeries.
Inspection of the womb and cervix.
State-of-the-art diagnostic tools.
Surgical removal of fibroids.
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.
Stimulating follicle growth for ovulation.
To monitor and diagnose.
During an initial consultation with one of our specialist fertility experts and gynaecologists, we will discuss your medical history, symptoms and needs to design an individualised treatment plan.
We may recommend an ultrasound scan, blood tests or other conservative surgeries to remedy any underlying gynaecological condition that may be affecting your fertility such as endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, fibroids or ovarian cysts. We offer a comprehensive and state-of-the-art service with well proven treatments in a sensitive and supportive environment.
You may already have a diagnosis of endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, fibroids or ovarian cysts, or you may be concerned that your difficulties in becoming pregnant relate to undiagnosed gynaecology condition. You may also be suffering from painful or unpleasant symptoms such as painful periods, heavy periods, pelvic tenderness, or pain during intercourse that are affecting not only your fertility, but also your everyday life.
These conditions may be affecting your fertility by: