If you’ve recently moved home or you are considering or already receiving treatment at another fertility centre then you may find it useful to know that you can safely transfer your frozen embryos or sperm to another centre. You can even import frozen samples from a fertility clinic outside of the UK.
It’s comes as no surprise to us that our egg sharing packages for same sex female couples are popular and appealing to patients from far and wide. In this blog you can find out why these packages are so popular with our same sex couples.
Complete Fertility Centre Southampton is a university based fertility centre. As such we are passionate about providing research-based care, we are often at the forefront of new developments in fertility medicine, and we are pleased to be involved in current research programmes.
We invite our patients to consider participating in our current research programmes: the endometrial scratch trial and E-freeze.
We’d like you to meet the Complete Fertility Centre team involved in our egg donor programme. If you’re thinking of donating your eggs, or you need to use donor eggs in your treatment, our dedicated egg donation team are here to help you every step of the way.
There are many reasons men choose to donate their sperm to help women and couples have a baby who couldn’t do so without this generous act of donation. Here are just a few.
If you’re thinking about giving sperm then you may associate with one or more of these reasons.
If you’re considering becoming an egg donor then you’ll already have your own personal thoughts about why you might like to donate your eggs. Women choose to become egg donors for many reasons and here are just a few. Whatever your reason it takes a very special person to give the most generous gift – the gift of life.
If you need donor eggs to have a baby you may consider going abroad for IVF treatment. There is the perception that donor eggs aren’t available in the UK, and that clinics that do offer donor eggs have long waiting lists.
This isn’t the case at Complete Fertility Centre where we have donor eggs available right now.
Age is the number one factor that affects female fertility. The biological clock varies from one woman to another but her fertility will progressively decline. A woman is generally most fertile during the second half of her 20’s and this then drops off substantially at around the age of 32. Fertility can decline sharply for the over 35’s.
Time-lapse Embryoscope™ monitoring is now available to fertility treatment patients at Complete Fertility Centre as part of their treatment cycle.
Dysfunction of the female reproductive organs is apparent in around 40% of infertile couples. Here at Complete Fertility Centre we offer patients a Hycosy screening test to look at a patient’s uterine cavity and fallopian tubes. If either are damaged then it may be difficult to get pregnant.