Fertility Clinics in Nottingham


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If you are considering fertility treatment because you have struggled to conceive or you or your partner are infertile, or if you are a same sex couple wanting to have a baby, there are a number of options available through the NHS and/or through private funding at fertility clinics in Nottingham.

If you would like to book a consultation (many clinics offer free initial consultations) to discuss your ferility treatment options at a clinic in Nottingham, complete the contact form on the right, and if we represent a local clinic, an advisor will contact you. Treatment options include:

Please also contact us if you would like further information about egg donation/edd donors or sperm donation/sperm donors.

Fertility Clinics Nottingham



Women's health services at the Magnolia Therapy Centre

354 Mansfield Road
Nottingham
NG5 2EF
tel: 07930485166

CARE Mansfield

The Nottingham Road Clinic
195 Nottingham Road
Mansfield
Nottingham
UK
NG18 4AA
Tel: 01623 626172

CARE Nottingham

John Webster House
6 Lawrence Drive
Nottingham Business Park
Nottingham
UK
NG8 6PZ
Tel: 0115 852 8100
Nottingham is one of the UK's historical treasure trove's, surrounded by the legendary forests that have captured countless imaginations over the years. As well as boasting such idyllic attractions, Nottingham is a modern city well supplied by public transport and easily found and accessed by road, making it a great choice of location for fertility treatments because of the convenience therein. CARE Nottingham is a premiere provider of popularly sought treatment options in the field on infertility. In vitro fertilisation (IVF) and its sister procedure intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) are both provided by CARE Nottingham and regulated by the national authority that monitors fertility treatments, the HFEA (Human Fertility and Embryology Authority). The market for IVF and ICSI treatments is a competitive one, and to excel in the field as CARE Nottingham has requires an extraordinary dedication to excellence, which manifests itself in quality results as reported by the HFEA. CARE Nottingham achieves above average success rates through its IVF and ICSI treatment of under 35s. Success rates are reported by the HFEA based on the number of live births obtained from treatments, and so should you opt for CARE Nottingham you are choosing an established record of success in the field of IVF and ICSI. The clinic's offerings don't end with IVF and ICSI, but extends to insemination treatments like intrauterine insemination and donor insemination. Donor sperm can provide couples or single women a route towards pregnancy for any one of many reasons, including for example the lack of a male partner, a lack of suitable sperm from the male partner, or the risk of a child inheriting a genetic illness from his or her father. CARE Nottingham also provides future parents with a means by which to check for potential genetic diseases like muscular dystrophy and cystic fibrosis in an embryo. The techniques used are preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) and preimplantation genetic screening (PGS), both of which allow an opportunity for preventing a child from being born with a serious condition.

NURTURE

NURTURE 'B' Floor
East Block
University Hospital
Nottingham
UK
NG7 2UH
Tel: 0115 823 0700
Nottingham is a town that has immense historic significance for England, and has become quite famous worldwide thanks to the famous endeavours of the legendary Robin Hood in its nearby Sherwood Forest. It is also a centre of activity that draws in people from across the midlands, and indeed the rest of the UK, with many attractions for people of all ages. At NURTURE a number of treatment options are available, but the pre-treatment phase is treated as important as well. NURTURE is unique in that it is only one of a handful of UK clinics to have in its employ a consultant gynaecologist specialising in gynaecological ultrasound. Dr Nick Raine-Fenning is an authority in the field and is in fact an associate professor of reproductive medicine at the local university, operating his own imaging suite which is armed with the most advanced ultrasound techniques available for diagnostic purposes and for monitoring your child as he or she grows. 3D and 4D scans allow for in-depth scans like never before, and allow for an extremely personal treatment based on an intimate understanding of the workings of your body, which in turn translates into very real results in the field. 3D ultrasound scans are recommended prior to IVF (in vitro fertilisation) and ICSI (intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection) cycles because these scans can give you and your doctor a remarkable insight into your response to fertility drugs. Fertility drugs aim to increase the ovarian output, and as such counting follicles (premature eggs) allows for an accurate measure of how the drugs are working and how ready you are to begin treatment. Similarly an ultrasound can improve your chances of conception by looking for any physical chances or abnormalities that are affecting your fertility, and these can be found, for instance, in the uterus or fallopian tubes and be fibroids (non-malignant tumour in the wall of the uterus) or cysts (sacs of fluid that can affect the ovaries).Treatments are provided at the centre to immensely high standards and aim to address the myriad causes of infertility whether they are identified or not. Simpler infertility treatments include a process called ovarian induction which makes use of fertility drugs to drive the development and release of eggs. This method is often used prior to other techniques like intrauterine insemination, the artificial placement of semen within the womb for fertilisation, or IVF (in vitro fertilisation), the lab based fertilisation and growth of an early stage embryo. ICSI is provided to enhance the IVF procedure, and is essentially the placement of a sperm cell directly into an egg for its fertilisation. The centre runs an egg share programme to encourage the donation of healthy eggs to couples whose own eggs are not suitable for treatment, and the programme can be extremely successful for donors and recipients alike. Surgical sperm retrieval is offered as a solution for men suffering from a condition called azoospermia, where sperm is not released into semen during ejaculation (or very few sperm are). Freezing and storage facilities complete the suite of services on offer, and as you can see so many options in the hands of consummate professionals means that you are given the best chances of pregnancy and conception that modern medicine can give you.

Queen's Medical Centre Fertility Unit

B Floor East Block
Queens Medical Centre
Derby Road
Nottingham
UK
NG7 2UH
Tel: 0115 970 9238
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.






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