Glasgow Royal Infirmary
There are various types of fertility treatments and the contact telephone number and address for Glasgow Royal Infirmary, can be found below.
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Glasgow Royal Infirmary
Glasgow Royal Infirmary
Assisted Conception Services Unit
84 Castle Street
Tel: 0141 211 0505
Clinic details: The assisted conception service at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary can offer both investigations into infertility and assisted reproductive technologies. Surgical routes can be opted for where the extraction of sperm is needed if said cells are not present in ejaculated semen. Full and partial surrogacy services are available under the watchful eye of experienced staff, and donors are recruited for the centre for IVF, ICSI, and insemination treatments using donor eggs and sperm etc. You can also expect emotional support through counselling and support groups to guide you through what is undoubtedly an emotionally difficult and uncertain time. IVF, ICSI, and intrauterine insemination are offered alongside the PGD (preimplantation genetic diagnosis) technique which allows for a check into the genetic health of embryos. This test determines whether or not a child will have a number of serious genetic illnesses, and in doing so also increases the likelihood of a successful pregnancy because a healthier embryo is much more likely to survive.
Fertility treatment at this clinic: Few hospitals can claim as commanding a structure as that of the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, which remains within a large industrial building with a striking appearance. The hospital's historical exterior is slightly misleading in that its interior is extremely modern and can boast excellent and cutting edge medical technologies and facilities. The Glasgow Royal Infirmary possesses a plethora of different specialist departments covering everything from acute and general medicine through to complex surgical procedures. These services include an assisted conception unit that can provide people with the support, diagnostic investigations, and treatments for those who will most benefit from their attentions.
Services offered at this clinic: Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), surgical sperm aspiration, counselling and patient support groups, storage (eggs, embryos, and sperm), ICSI (intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection), IVF (in vitro fertilisation), intrauterine insemination (stimulated and unstimulated), blastocyst transfer, both NHS and private patients treated
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- What is IMSI (Intra-Cytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection)?
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- What is Metabolomics?
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