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:
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:
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:
When I was 33, I had just come out of a relationship and started becoming concerned that I was no longer in a position to have children. I have always wanted children, so I wanted to know what my options were. I did some research, came across CREATE and decided to go along to one of their open days to find out more information.
I am very happy that I came to CREATE Fertility. I do believe God guided me to be treated there by very nice doctors and staff. I am 46 years old, 20 weeks pregnant and everything is normal. I do think women should be given an opportunity to try IVF and CREATE gives this chance to many women who would be refused by other doctors.
We had been together nearly four years when we decided to have fertility treatment. We had just bought our first house together and it felt like the right time to start a family. We heard about CREATE from a friend and decided to attend an open day.
To all those looking for some hope!
I was 41 with high FSH and low AMH (hardly detectable) when I first came to CREATE. After the initial consultation they agreed to take me on and recommended Natural IVF due to my low ovarian reserve. I was only getting two follicles on each side. I had previously been told by three other gynaecologists that my only hope was donor eggs. The first round of IVF it didn’t fertilise and I was devastated. The second attempt was cancelled as no follicles. Third attempt we got one egg and it fertilised. The embryo was transferred but it didn’t stick! Again I was devastated.
It was over six years ago when my partner, Russell, and I started trying for a baby. I got pregnant naturally in 2012 and 2013, but sadly miscarried on both occasions. It was after the two miscarriages that we decided to seek help from the medical profession to see if there was anything we could do to prevent the miscarriages in future and also see what we could do to help the conception process along as it seemed to be taking longer to conceive.