Birmingham open days and evenings

Free fertility and IVF open evenings at our Birmingham fertility clinic

Our Birmingham clinic offers free open evenings for prospective patients. Designed to make choosing the right clinic easier, these free events are a great introduction to the clinical and administrative teams at the clinic, as well as helping you to find out more about our services.

With no-obligation to book, our open days and evenings are open to anyone who wants to find out more about fertility, diagnosis techniques or Natural and Mild IVF. See our upcoming events:

Fertility information evening:

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If there isn’t an event at a convenient time for you please contact us to arrange an initial consultation, however, we hope you will be able to attend as we usually offer two open evenings a month with some open days also available.

An example agenda for an open evening is as follows:

  • 6.15pm - 6.30pm – arrival and welcome
  • 6:30pm – talk from Dr Datta, Consultant in Reproductive Medicine, and Paul Wilson, Laboratory Manager, the talk will include information on Natural & Mild IVF, our approach to fertility treatment and general fertility information
  • 7:15pm – group question & answer session with Dr Datta and Paul Wilson to cover any questions about general fertility information
  • 7:30pm – one-to-one mini consultations with Dr Datta, these are provided on a first come first served basis and provide an opportunity to discuss your individual situation with our lead consultant (Paul Wilson will run tours of the clinic while you wait)

Tickets are free but numbers are limited to enable us to give you the best possible attention so please book to reserve your place.

Our next free open evenings in Birmingham are:

Thursday 6th July 2017 6:30pm

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6270 Bishops Court,
Solihull Parkway,
Birmingham Business Park,
Birmingham,
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Successful IVF for Bristol couple

‘Natural’ IVF gave Portishead couple their “miracle boy”

Never say never

It was this time last year that it all began for my husband and I.  We had been trying for another baby for 6 years and apart from some very early un-diagnosed miscarriages, we had been completely unsuccessful.  I thought that at my ripe old age of 46 it would be impossible to have another child and completely impossible to have one with my own eggs.  I started searching on line to see whether there was any help out there for us and came across several Fertility Clinics in and around London  and wondered whether this might be the route we could take.  Upon reading the criteria of several clinics I found that I was too old for any treatment and thus I thought we had left it too late and we would have to rely on nature and a great deal of luck. Then a chance conversation with a new friend who had conceived both her lovely children with some help from Create and Prof Nargund, with renewed hope I looked at their website and made an appointment to go along to the clinic to find out whether there was any possibility at all of adding to our lovely family.

It was a beautiful sunny day on the 12th January when I first entered the Create Clinic in Harley Street with my husband who had nipped out from work to join me. A consultation with Prof Nargund informing us of our chances (to be honest at my age there really aren’t any statistics available because a lot of clinics do not help after the age of 45) and what it might involve. Following the consultation, we went into the scanning room to find out how many follicles I had left and give an idea of potential egg reserves. To everyone’s surprise I had an amazing 21, which was very good news although of course this does not guarantee how many eggs you might have left.  Back in to see Prof Nargund and a plan was compiled for us to start our treatment with my next cycle which was at the end of January.

Now we were on board we switched our treatment centre to Raynes Park which was much closer to home and much more convenient.  A visit to the Clinic and a lesson on how and when to take the medicines and then it was over to us, or should I say me, to do exactly as instructed.  I have to say at times it was very hard to slip away from work commitments on time, only to sit in a public toilet with syringe in hand, but I was committed and nothing was going to stop me trying my hardest to make this work.

Several visits to the clinic and several scans later everything was ready for egg collection and sperm retrieval.  We went in to the clinic and were met by a lovely nurse to put us at ease, we also met the embryologist and the Dr who was going to perform the procedure.  After a short wait it was our turn and the collection took place. A total of 10 eggs were retrieved which was amazing, but still it would be a waiting game to see which eggs would fertilise and then which ones would be good enough for implantation. It was the start of what would be a few long days of waiting for the phone call. The phone call came and it was great news all 10 had fertilised and now we just had to wait a little longer for the eggs to reach blastocyst stage as it was felt that this would  give us the best chance of conceiving. A further nail biting wait and the news was again amazing 7 of the eggs had reached the blastocyst stage and were looking good, so the date was set for the implantation. The day of my 47 birthday was the day the eggs were reintroduced to my uterus, 3 of them in total to optimise my chances. It was then the longest, sleepless wait in history before going back to the clinic to have my blood taken for the early pregnancy test. That morning after the test and lots of encouraging wishes from the lovely staff, I left the clinic aware that the blood had to be sent off to the lab in Harley Street and decided that I needed to keep myself busy. I went shopping for food, had lunch with my husband then went off to the DIY store to get some paint and various bits and pieces.  Whilst walking up and down the aisles filling my trolley with items from my list my phone started ringing.  It was a message, the reception in the shop was so bad that it hadn’t rung, but there was a message from the Clinic. I wandered around the shop until I found a signal then dialled the call back number  but the Dr was on the phone, so I hung up and as soon as I did my husband rang to ask me where I was and how I was, he then excitedly told me we were pregnant. To be honest I couldn’t believe it and all I wanted to do was get home to him.  As I was walking back to the car the clinic rang, it was the nurse we had seen right at the beginning, she was so lovely, congratulating me, then I realised it was true, it was real we were pregnant.

The journey had just begun, but thankfully it was all going to be well worth it. We now have the most beautiful healthy baby boy and our family is complete, his big brother loves him to pieces and we are so grateful to all the staff at Create….Thank you, Thank you so so much.

Thanks from the bottom of our hearts

We would just like to send you a huge thank you from  the bottom of our hearts for the kindness and care that you have given to our daughter and son-in-law. Their struggle to have a baby was overwhelming.

Our daughter was a patient at another highly reputed fertility clinic and the care she received was cold, miserable, uncaring. She had been diagnosed with low AMH even though she was only 30. Unfortunately her first round of IVF resulted in an ectopic pregnancy which was hugely distressing. She then started her next round of IVF and sadly when she had egg collection the follicles were empty - another sad blow to her somewhat fragile mental state. The IVF clinic that she was attending at the time was heartless, the patients were merely numbers. They were not treated with any understanding or sensitivity that they were a desperate couple who wanted to have their own biological children. 

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'I had thought about egg freezing for a few years, partly because I am 32 and the reality is that my biological clock is ticking.'

I had thought about egg freezing for a few years, partly because I am 32 and the reality is that my biological clock is ticking. I’ve also had medical problems in the past such as endometriosis, ovarian cysts and part of my cervix removed, so I always worried that I’d have more problems which might affect my fertility. Furthermore, I work for an international children’s charity and spend a lot of time living abroad or travelling from place to place, so my life isn’t yet settled enough for a child.

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PS… I’ve referred 3 people to you

Dear everyone at CREATE Fertility Wimbledon,

Thank you so much!

I cannot thank you enough for all your kindness, warmth, support, help and professionalism. It meant so much to me and aided my blissful pregnancy. The end result is my beautiful, amazing & chilled out daughter whom I am totally in love with.
As well as me, she is surrounded by loving people who also adore her.

Thank you!

PS… I have also been so impressed by your wonderful service that I've referred at least 3 people to you!

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  • Successful IVF for Bristol couple

  • Never say never

  • Thanks from the bottom of our hearts

  • 'I had thought about egg freezing for a few years, partly because I am 32 and the reality is that my biological clock is ticking.'
    Lydia, a 32 year old woman, explains her decision to freeze her eggs

  • PS… I’ve referred 3 people to you

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