Sunderland Fertility Centre


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Sunderland Fertility Centre

Sunderland Fertility Centre
Sunderland Royal Hospital
Kayll Road
Sunderland
Tyne & Wear
UK
SR3 1AA
Tel: 0191 569 9779

Clinic details: Located in County Durham, Sunderland is a city in the North East lying by the River Wear. Sunderland's NHS Trust operates an acute and maternity care centre, The Sunderland Royal Hospital, wherein artificial insemination is provided as an assisted reproductive technology. The method used is known as intrauterine insemination, which involve taking a sperm sample from a male partner or donor and placing it within the uterus where it has a chance of fertilising an egg and leading to a successful pregnancy. Treatments are available for both NHS and private patients, and abides by the guidelines placed by the local PCT (primary care trust) which indicates that patients with a BMI under 30 and under the age of 42 can receive as many as 6 cycles of IUI at the Sunderland Fertility Centre.

Fertility treatment at this clinic: The Sunderland Royal Hospital is part of the City Hospitals Sunderland Trust, and is a 970 bed facility functioning as an acute hospital with a specialist maternity service onsite which provides specialist fertility care through the Sunderland Fertility Centre. The provision of infertility treatments and other services therein is an important part of modern healthcare, with an estimated 1 in 6 couples expected to encounter some difficulty trying to conceive and get pregnant. Many different factors can affect the reproductive system and how well it functions, it isn't surprising that at some point something might go wrong. Everything from diet, lifestyle, body weight, and genetics can affect fertility, and as such specialist care providers like those at the Sunderland Fertility Centre can meet the many and varied needs of individuals struggling to get pregnant.

Services offered at this clinic: Stimulated and unstimulated donor insemination, stimulated and unstimulated intrauterine insemination, sperm storage, private and NHS patients treated, testicular tissue storage, sperm storage, counselling services, tubal surgery, testicular sperm aspiration (TESA), percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration (PESA), induction of ovulation, monitoring the ovulation cycle, sperm assessment






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