Birmingham Women Hospital

There are various types of fertility treatments and the contact telephone number and address for Birmingham Women Hospital, can be found below.

If you would like to find out if you are suitable for fertility treatment or information about a particular procedure or treatment, contact a local clinic.

Birmingham Women Hospital

Birmingham Women Hospital
Assisted Conception Unit
Birmingham Women's Hospital
B15 2TG
Tel: 0121 627 2700

Clinic details: Birmingham is the UK's second largest city and boasts a large and thriving population made up of all manner of people from all over the world. The Birmingham Women's Hospital was originally founded to provide women of such diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds with access to a specialist service that meets all their needs, of which fertility treatments are extremely important. The hospital offers ICSI and IVF treatments as well as insemination options for couples struggling to get pregnant. Each treatment will be offered as and when needed, so you can expect only the best tailor made procedures that address your fertility issues effectively and conveniently. Sperm, egg, and embryo donors are all recruited at the centre particularly for the treatment of couples who need such donations to be able to go ahead with further fertility treatments and the like. You are also offered a chance to have embryos generated from fertility treatments assessed for hereditary diseases and/or genetic defects, meaning that you have an unprecedented ability to ensure the health of your future child in his regard. The two methods by which this remarkable end is achieved are preimplantation genetic diagnosis and preimplantation genetic screening, both ideal for people with a family history of, for example, susceptibility to breast cancer.

Fertility treatment at this clinic: The Birmingham Women's Hospital is a facility with a great reputation in both the Midlands and the country as a whole. Its specialist fertility centre is there to guide and support you through the emotional turbulence involved in struggling with your fertility, and has been providing this invaluable service for over 30 years. The Birmingham Women's Fertility Centre is the only specialist NHS unit of its kind in Birmingham which is able to deliver diagnostic and investigative services, specialist surgeries, genetic tests, and assisted conception techniques. Amongst the centre's many offerings are IVF and ICSI, revolutionary treatments which can circumvent infertility mechanisms to achieve conception for couples who have been struggling to do so for years. NHS and private patents are welcome to the centre's high pregnancy rates and recently refurbished and modern facilities. Embryo, egg, and sperm donors are all recruited at the centre for storage and treatment for people whose infertility is such that they struggle conceiving with their own genetic material. Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and screening technologies are available and a great source of comfort to parents who carry a heritable disease and those who do not, allowing them determine the genetic health of their future child prior to proceeding with the pregnancy. The centre's single birth figures and success rates are all consistent with national averages and the HFEA's stringent targets. The centre has recently been inspected in April of 2011 and so you can rest assured that it is completely up to date in the eyes of the HFEA.

Services offered at this clinic: Private and NHS patients treated, ovulation induction, partial surrogacy, TESA and PESA, sperm assessment, monitoring of the ovulation cycle, support services, translator services, counselling services from a dedicated counsellor, embryo, sperm, and egg storage, donor insemination, stimulated and unstimulated DI, stimulated and unstimulated IUI, IVF, ICSI, blastocyst transfer, preimplantation genetic screening (PGS), preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD). PGD tests available for: Downs Syndrome, BRCA 1 (breast cancer gene), Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, Lynch syndrome, Cystic Fibrosis, Fragile X syndrome, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Huntington's Chorea, BRCA 2, chromosomal rearrangements, Neurofibromatosis types one and two, and Beta Thalassemia