Complete Fertility Centre has just opened a new satellite clinic – Complete Fertility Centre Bournemouth – at Strouden Park Surgery in Bournemouth.
The Bournemouth satellite clinic helps to make fertility treatment more convenient for our patients. We bring the same professional and friendly care conveniently closer to home.
To support the opening of Complete Fertility Centre Bournemouth we are holding a fertility information evening on Tuesday 21st May from 5.30 to 7pm at Village Hotel Bournemouth.
Continue reading New fertility information evening in Bournemouth to support the opening of our Bournemouth satellite clinic
Have you recently moved home?
Are you 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 to another centre, even if they currently reside outside of the UK.
As your embryos don’t need to be stored at the clinic they were frozen, you have a couple of options available to you regarding your frozen embryos. You can chose to store your frozen embryos at another fertility centre, or use them in a new treatment cycle at an alternative fertility centre.
Continue reading Transfer your embryos to Complete Fertility Centre and get 10% off your FET
Artificial insemination is commonly used by people who
require donated sperm in their fertility treatment, including single women,
same sex women and some heterosexual couples. It is also used by heterosexual couples
with the partner’s sperm if they are having trouble trying to conceive due to
the male partner having a very low sperm count or if they carry a genetic
disorder. It can be performed at home or in a fertility clinic.
Continue reading Risk factors to consider for home insemination
It’s LGBT’s history month and to show our support we will be posting a series of blogs on fertility treatment for same sex ladies. We have also arranged an open evening especially for same sex women to come and find out more about their fertility options and to meet our friendly and expert team.
The history of the gay rights movement has greatly impacted on the building of families for same sex couples, together with technological advances in fertility treatments.
Continue reading We’re supporting LGBT’s History Month
Christmas is seen as a time for family and friends but often with these get-togethers the awkward questions about when you’re going to have a baby are asked that may increase your anxiety and stress levels.
So, we’ve put together five tips for a more relaxed Christmas for our friends on the fertility roller-coaster.
Continue reading 5 tips to help you cope with the stress of fertility at Christmas
People whose weight falls outside of what is termed healthy for their height may reduce their chances of conceiving and having a healthy baby.
These ‘unhealthy’ weight categories include being obese, overweight and underweight. In this blog we look at the problems associated with being over and underweight for both men and women when it comes to their fertility and, what you can do to optimise your fertility.
Continue reading Can your weight affect your fertility?
You might need donor sperm to help you start a family for a number of reasons including being: a man with very low sperm count or no sperm, a same-sex couple or, a single woman.
In this blog we’ll help guide you through the six main things you need to consider when choosing fertility treatment with donor sperm.
Listen in to a chat about sperm donation and treatment on BBC Radio Solent
Julie our Donor Coordinator and a couple who have successfully used donor sperm in their fertility treatment with us will be chatting about sperm donation and treatment on Radio Solent this Tuesday at midday. Tune in to hear more.
Continue reading 6 things you need to know about using donor sperm
Complete Fertility Centre is proud to launch the MediEmo mobile application, an innovative application specially designed for fertility patients on Monday 22nd May 2017. MediEmo aims to communicate with, support and empower patients throughout their treatment journey, both logistically and emotionally.
Continue reading New app to support fertility patients
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.
Continue reading Know the facts about age and infertility
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.
Continue reading Free embryology consultation for CFC patients