Fertility Clinics in Wales

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 Wales.

If you would like to book a consultation (many clinics offer free initial consultations) to discuss your ferility treatment options at a clinic in Wales, contact the clinic direct. 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 Wales

Centre for Reproduction & Gynaecology Wales (CRGW)

Ely Meadows
Rhodfa Marics
Tel: 01443 443 999
CRMW's location makes it a great place within the heart of Wales from which to access the best in fertility care. The centre offers insemination through a method called intrauterine insemination, which makes use of a male partner's sperm if available, or if not donated sperm from an anonymised source to fertilise an egg. The purpose of artificial insemination is to bypass a cause of fertility like ejaculatory problems (e.g. retrograde ejaculation ' where semen is ejaculated into the bladder rather than out of the penis) or impotence by inserting sperm directly into the female reproductive tract. In intrauterine insemination, sperm are more specifically placed within the uterus where they can readily access the female egg. Insemination techniques are remarkably useful and are an early stage treatment in many cases, including where the cause of fertility is unknown. There are variations on insemination techniques that give it some flexibility, like, for instance, whether or not fertility drugs which affect egg production are used, but where insemination fails to achieve a pregnancy, IVF and ICSI can step in to deliver a solution. CRMW provides both IVF and ICSI (in vitro fertilisation and intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection) to its patients, and both techniques are remarkable in what they can offer to couples the world over. IVF and ICSI both involve fertilising an egg cell in a laboratory environment, away from the complex human system that, where infertility is involved, has become defective in some way. This has its own difficulties of course, but where a couple have been trying for 2-3 years to conceive with no success, the procedure provides an invaluable opportunity for a successful pregnancy and conception. Where IVF and ICSI differ as techniques is that ICSI takes a single sperm and places it by way of an extremely fine injection directly into an egg cell.