London Women's Clinic - Swansea
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London Women's Clinic - Swansea
London Women's Clinic - Swansea
Tel: 01792 290 924
Clinic details: Swansea is one of Wales' better known city, lying on the coast and on the boundaries of Glamorgan county. The region is sandy with plenty of beaches and a commanding view of the seaside, and Swansea is the second most heavily populated city in Wales, with Cardiff being the first. Swansea's history and much of its industry in the past was built on the copper industry, and Swansea was in fact one of the most important centres for the copper trade in the entire world. Swansea remains a thriving commercial city in many respects, and provides its citizens and outlying communities with many modern services and amenities. Private and NHS patients are both treated at the London Women's Clinic in Swansea provided that they meet the NHS BMI limit of 30 (not applicable to private patients). Patients over the age of 44 can be treated, and NHS patients are limited to 2 IVF and 3 insemination cycles. Donor insemination is offered to patients who are either single women, same sex couples, or heterosexual couples where male sperm is not suitable whether because of infertility or hereditary illness. Egg donors are actively recruited at the clinic to supplement its IVF and ICSI treatments, both extremely reputable and well known techniques practiced by the London Women's Centre to great effect. The HFEA licenses and monitors treatments from the clinic, and reports on their successes to give patients to be an idea of what to expect and what their performance is like. In 2009 the Swansea Clinic performed 260 IVF cycles and 288 ICSI cycles, both in line and consistent with the HFEA's reported national average success rates, which is to say live births from treatment cycles. The clinic also performed 53 donor and 30 intrauterine insemination cycles to great effect. All of these treatments were performed with the same attention to detail and personal care that defines the London Women's Clinic approach to patient care and treatment.
Fertility treatment at this clinic: The Swansea Clinic is a provider of different fertility services, allowing it to cater to the needs of a mixed and diverse population within and around the city. The Swansea clinic isn't so different from its parent site of the London Women's Clinic in London in that it operates on the same fundamental ethos, placing patient care above all else with the one aim of reproductive medicine in mind, getting you pregnant. For many couples pregnancy is a lifelong dream, and when confronted with the prospect of infertility that dream might seem like it's in jeopardy. Fortunately advancements in the last 25 odd years have made it more and more likely for couples to get pregnant and fulfil their aims of having a family. The London Women's Clinic has been in the forefront of reproductive medicine since its foundation in the '80s, and has over its many years of service to patients from all walks of life earned a reputation for excellent service, commitment to patient care, and success. It is these qualities that are on offer at the Swansea Clinic, making it an excellent prospect if you are looking for infertility treatments. The clinic itself possesses purpose built rooms for consultation and treatment, what that means is that when you arrive at the clinic undoubtedly nervous about your appointment you won't face the grim colours and furnishings of many hospitals that only serve to make you feel worse. Instead you will find yourself in comforting surroundings and faced with friendly staff whose expertise and sensitivity will do nothing less than make you feel comforted by the quality of care and treatment on offer.
Services offered at this clinic: Private and NHS patients treated, donor insemination, patients with hepatitis B treated, sperm washing, in vitro fertilisation (IVF), partial surrogacy, surgical sperm retrieval through PESA, intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), ovulation cycle monitoring, counselling services, translator services and treatments in Welsh, open evenings, egg donors recruited, preimplantation genetic screening (PGS)
- Egg Donation
- How are Eggs Donated?
- Sperm Donation
- Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Donor Sperm
- Becoming a Sperm Donor
- Donor Embryos
- Advantages and Disadvantages of Donor Embryo Transfer
- How to Donate Embryos
- Importing Sperm, Eggs, and Embryos
- Freezing and Storing Eggs
- Freezing and Storing Sperm
- Freezing & Storing Embryos
- How do I Know if I’m Pregnant?
- Pregnancy: What Happens and How
- The First Trimester
- The Second Trimester
- The Third Trimester
- The End of a Pregnancy and Delivering a New-born
- FERTILITY TREATMENT INFORMATION
- Infertility and its Causes
- What Causes Infertility in Women?
- What Causes Infertility in Men?
- Effect of Smoking on Fertility and Pregnancy
- Fertility and Weight
- Fertility and Diet
- Fertility and Stress
- Fertility and Diabetes
- Toxins and their Effects on Fertility
- Fertility and Eating Disorders
- INFERTILITY OPTIONS
- Fertility Treatment for Same Sex Couples
- Single Mothers Having a Baby
- Infertility Treatments on the NHS
- Assisted Conception on the NHS
- NHS Funding Eligibility in England, Wales, Scotland & Northern Ireland
- Private Infertility Treatment
- Can I Prevent Infertility?
- Specialist Treatment for Infertility
- Choosing a Fertility Clinic
- In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)
- Reasons for Having IVF
- IVF for Same Sex Couples
- IVF for Single Mothers
- Support and IVF
- IVF Procedure â€“ How is IVF done?
- Is IVF available on the NHS?
- Paying for IVF Privately
- Having IVF Abroad through Medical Tourism
- Success Rates of IVF
- IVF Side Effects & Risks
- IVF and Hyperstimulation Syndrome
- IVF and Ectopic Pregnancies
- IVF and Multiple Births
- IVF and Miscarriage
- Effects of IVF on the Baby
- Ethical Objections to IVF
- ICSI as a Fertility Treatment
- Is ICSI for Me?
- How is ICSI Performed?
- How Successful is ICSI?
- Advantages and Disadvantages of ICSI?
- What is IMSI (Intra-Cytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection)?
- What is PICSI?
- What is Metabolomics?
- Alternatives to IVF
- History and Development of IVF and ICSI
- Fertility Drugs: What Do They Do and Are They For Me?
- Female Fertility Drugs
- Male Fertility Drugs
- What is Artificial Insemination?
- Intra-Cervical Insemination
- Is Intra-Cervical Insemination for me?
- Intrauterine Insemination
- Is Intra-Uterine Insemination For Me?
- Alternatives to Intra-Uterine Insemination
- FURTHER INFORMATION
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