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.
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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.
Continue reading Eggcellent reasons to donate your eggs
Time-lapse Embryoscope™ monitoring is now available to fertility treatment patients at Complete Fertility Centre as part of their treatment cycle.
Continue reading Embryoscope™ technology now at Complete Fertility Centre
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.
Continue reading 6 things you need to know about a Hycosy
Are you interested to find out what happens in the laboratory to your eggs, sperm and embryos?
The IVF laboratory is the most critical yet least understood area of a fertility centre.
With restricted access, the lab is kept as clean as possible. These embryology laboratories are filled with incubators, microscopes and highly skilled clinical embryologists to ensure patient’s eggs, sperm and embryos are kept in an optimised environment which mimics the human body as closely as we can and have the highest chance of survival and being healthy.
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IVF treatment with donor eggs at Complete Fertility Centre
Here at Complete Fertility Centre we are delighted to offer our patients treatment with donor eggs with no waiting list. Now our patients can receive IVF treatment with donor eggs within three to six months of their initial consultation.
Continue reading 9 facts about using donor eggs
Latest figures from the HFEA show that the numbers of women undergoing fertility treatment using donor sperm have risen consistently over recent years. In 2013, 1645 cycles of fresh IVF or donor insemination treatment were carried out for female patients registered without a partner.
Continue reading More single women are having a baby on their own than ever before
Patients undergoing treatment at the Complete Fertility Centre, Southampton are currently being invited to take part in the PROMOTE trial. This is a study of two different types of incubator, currently in clinical use and will allow us to examine whether there are any differences between the growth and development of embryos cultured in the two environments.
Continue reading Patients invited to join our PROMOTE trial and benefit from latest Embryoscope™ technology
We understand that it can be a daunting process working your way through a price list for fertility treatment, trying to determine how much it will be, so that you can budget for it.
Having listened to our patients we have recently re-evaluated our packages with the aim to simplify them. We now have just one package for IVF, our complete package, which offers not only great value but also peace of mind that there are no hidden costs for your IVF treatment at Complete Fertility Centre.
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Complete Fertility Centre is based in a university hospital and because of this, the unit is at the forefront of research and new developments in fertility medicine.
Currently, patients at the Complete Fertility Centre are invited to take part in a trial, conducted by the University of Southampton, to examine if increased levels of certain micronutrients in a couple’s diet improves the embryo quality, and if so how.
Continue reading Patients invited to join our trial as the end of recruitment nears