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
We have come to the end of our exciting refurbishment project.
We are now opening our doors and welcoming new patients to come and have a look around our centre to see our latest facilities and modern environment.
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.
The Most Amazing and Generous Gift of All – The Gift of Life
But have you thought about the most amazing and generous gift of all? The gift of life to a woman or couple who cannot become a parent without donated eggs or sperm.
We’re excited to announce that over 1000 babies have now been born following fertility treatment with us since we started up in 2011.
Amazingly, that equates to approximately one baby being born every two to three days!
The arrival of over 1000 babies demonstrates our mission to give patients the best chance of achieving a healthy singleton baby to complete their family.
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.
We need men and women to become heroes this Christmas and give their sperm and eggs.
Around 1 in 7 couples may have difficulty falling pregnant and achieving their dream of becoming parents.
Fertility clinics, such as Complete Fertility Centre, are here to help make these dreams come true. For some, a truly generous donation of sperm or eggs offers the only chance to start a family and provides hope to those who thought that they could never have children.
The SpermComet is a specialised test carried out to check sperm quality and DNA health. It identifies DNA damage in sperm and can help determine the best way forward for couples to have the optimal chance of having a baby.
The world of fertility treatment can seem like a minefield, especially when you’re new to the abbreviations for words you may otherwise not have come across.
Here we consider how IVF and ICSI differ, and when ICSI would be recommended as opposed to conventional IVF.
Patients at Complete Fertility have the opportunity of time-lapse EmbryoScope™ monitoring as part of their treatment cycle.
During June, July and August 2017 we are offering our patients this advanced technology for the special price of £350 (normally £700).