With advances in Egg Freezing, Create Health Clinic are able to offer their own egg vitrification procedures, but what does it mean and what will it involve?
IVF has come on leaps and bounds and there is now a way of achieving insemination without the use of drugs thanks to the revolutionary Natural IVF with IVM.
We must be cautious before we advocate routine screening of embryos and freezing of embryos as they are invasive techniques.
This scientific article from Denmark confirms the fact that your mother’s age of menopause is the most important genetic factor in determining your egg reserve and age of menopause. “If there
Unsuccessful IVF is difficult to accept but is not uncommon. Embryo implantation is a complex process and some common causes of failure can be due to poor endometrial lining (endometrium)
A mother's story of how natural cycle IVF helped her to have a baby after failed IVF elsewhere.
40 year old diagnosed with breast cancer came to us and successfully had eggs taken and frozen before treatment without using any drugs.
34 year old with PCOS who had OHSS with conventional IVF successfully conceives with natural cycle IVF,
One-stop fertility scan reveals low blood flow to the womb, a change of diet and course aspirin and they were able to conceive naturally.
38 year old with high FSH and low egg reserve successfully has two children with her own eggs.
43 year old with very low egg reserve and low AMH has a baby using her own egg with natural IVF.
35 year old with blocked fallopian tubes tries natural cycle IVF for the first time and it's successful.
A 36 year old with severe endometriosis conceived after her second cycle of IVF using her own egg.
Aggressive fertility treatments practised at IVF clinics in the UK are putting women and babies at risk, experts say. Daily Telegraph Read Full Article
This extraordinary achievement is due to the extraordinary people working at this clinic.
A pregnancy on my first attempt at ivf/icsi on a modified natural cycle! I am thrilled beyond imagination and hoping for the best!
Professor Geeta Nargund, head of reproductive medicine at St George’s Hospital in London, said that high-dose stimulation led to side-effects, including ovarian hyper-stimulation syndrome (OHSS), a potentially fatal illness.
According to Professor Geeta Nargund, high-dose stimulation can lead to a condition known as Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome, OHSS, which at its most severe can cause kidney failure and death and is now one of the biggest cases of maternal mortality in England and Wales.
Professor Geeta Nargund to appear on Channel 4’s 4thought on Sunday 13th May 2012. Watch the video.
Fertility firm offers Cambridge University girls £750 for eggs as critics blast program for targeting ‘financially vulnerable’ students. Leaflets were stuck in their university pigeonholes, making an emotional plea to help a couple unable to have children.
Our medical director Professor Geeta Nargund is personally campaigning for safety, quality and accessibility in IVF.
Dr. Geeta Nargund, president of the International Society for Mild Approaches in Assisted Reproduction, has been at the forefront of using low-dose IVF in England.
Natural cycle IVF works within the woman’s natural cycle, the naturally selected, single mature egg is collected from the ovary for fertilisation and a single embryo is transferred.
Professor Geeta Nargund, head of reproductive medicine at St George’s Hospital, south London, told a conference in Copenhagen that there was increasing evidence that the standard method of IVF used in the UK was detrimental to the health of women.