Queen's Medical Centre Fertility Unit


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Queen's Medical Centre Fertility Unit

Queen's Medical Centre Fertility Unit
B Floor East Block
Queens Medical Centre
Derby Road
Nottingham
UK
NG7 2UH
Tel: 0115 970 9238

Clinic details: The Nottingham University Hospital Trust's Andrology lab and Fertility Unit at the Queens site can offer an impressive range of diagnostic and treatment services to meet the needs of different couples from the surrounding community. Diagnostic tests can establish the cause of infertility allowing you and your doctor to select the best option for your individual situation. Diagnostic semen analysis is a commonplace process that allows the quality of sperm and content of semen to be examined as therein most often lies the problem for many couples. Sperm storage is offered and is extremely advantageous for anyone about to undergo a treatment, like those for cancer and some surgeries, that might compromise fertility. Sperm donors are also recruited for patients who would make use of the facility for any one of a number of different reasons. Female investigative procedures are also on offer and include ultrasound exams of the reproductive tract for signs of any defects, a tubal patency test to determine any blockages or damage to the fallopian tubes, and blood tests to establish the levels of different fertility hormones. Fertility drugs are used by the Unit to either treat infertility or to help the insemination process by inducing ovulation, the release of eggs into the womb. These investigations and treatments are readily available to private and NHS patients up to the age of 44, and you can expect a thorough and expert investigation into the causes of your infertility before decisions about treatment are considered. The course of treatment deemed best for you by both yourself, your doctor, and support staff will be followed, and you can make use of excellent counselling services at any stage to help you through any emotional turmoil or difficulty you face.

Fertility treatment at this clinic: Nottingham University Hospital Trust is a relatively young one, having been formed recently in 2006. Despite its recent development, the Trust is in fact one of the largest of its kind with 13,000 staff working under its banner and catering to a population of a staggering 2.5 million people. Neighbouring counties seek the specialist expertise and facilities the Trust has to offer, increasing the number of people making use of the hospital's departments to an approximate 3-4 million. The Queen's Medical Centre is one of 3 sites that make up the trust, and the Queen's Medical Centre is known as a provider of expert emergency care amongst its many other departments. The Trust can also boast a remarkable 87 wards and 1,700 beds across these three sites, as well as a reputation both within England and in fact across the world for stroke, cancer, neurological, trauma, and renal medicine. The Queen's Medical Centre is home to the Trust's Fertility Unit, which is a part of the Obstetrics and Gynaecology department. The team is composed of many different professionals working together to provide an excellent and swift overall care experience, and these professions include nurses, doctors, scientists, and administrative staff who will deliver your treatments and appointments with the utmost professionalism and friendliness. The Unit is linked to a specialist and dedicated Andrology Laboratory at the Nottingham University Hospital Andrology Service, which focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of male fertility issues. The Unit accepts referrals from GPs in Nottingham, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire, and Leicestershire, and can deliver investigations into the cause of infertility as well as certain treatments like artificial insemination and sperm storage.

Services offered at this clinic: Donor insemination, treats both private and NHS patients, intrauterine insemination (IUI), sperm storage, recruitment of sperm donors, induction of ovulation, female and male investigations






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