Here at CREATE, we are dedicated to providing people with as much information as possible about their fertility and their fertility options. For this reason we provide Open Days and seminars to educate people about fertility. This section of our website has also been put together to serve that function. So if you wish to know more about a particular cause of infertility, about IVF and other fertility treatments, or about the typical patient journey for somebody attending our clinic, please read below. We also offer an online fertility pre-assessment in order to help you explore which options are open to you.
There are many different issues that can affect your ability to conceive. Understanding what is the problem is the first step in finding a solution. Some common fertility problems are:
Read our selection of question and answers to common issues such as:
The patient journey at CREATE starts with a consultation, then moves on to monitoring scans and ends with embryo transfer. The whole process takes no longer than 2 weeks.
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After struggling to conceive for over a year, Mr & Mrs L decided to come to CREATE for an Initial Consultation and Scan. They then went on to start treatment and were successful on their first round!
Coping with infertility and going through IVF treatment can take a strain on your mental health, and it is important to find the right coping mechanisms and support from those around you.
CREATE Fertility have been nominated for the London Business School Real Innovation Award.
This year Professor Geeta Nargund and her team at CREATE Fertility presented an analysis of a study with the use of tamoxifen tablets in IVF treatment on 31 women with the average age of 40, and a low egg reserve (AMH lower than 4 pmol/l).
A recent scientific study has successfully demonstrated the ability to alter defective DNA in human embryos, with the objective of removing genetic mutations. This breakthrough development presents the opportunity to facilitate new research into the prevention of many genetic disorders.
Plummeting sperm counts could result in human extinction, doctors warn. We're calling for more fertility education to help raise awareness and prevent future infertility.