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:
We have had the most amazing experience with CREATE Fertility. All the staff have been so friendly and welcoming and have made the whole experience so relaxed and even enjoyable. It feels like a big family. They've been there to support us when we haven't had the outcome we expected but were there like family members joining in with our happy news!! We really can't thank you enough. We look forward to seeing you all in the future :)
I’ve wanted children for as long as I can remember but unfortunately have never had much luck in relationships. I talked with my friends about doing it alone and gave myself a deadline of 35 years old. A friend of a friend said they could put me in touch with someone who’d had a child on their own. Meeting someone who had done it made a huge difference for me.
Undergoing IVF can be a roller-coaster experience, but can also be a rewarding one once you find the treatment that’s right for you. Here Carla, a businesswoman from London tells her IVF story.
‘After marrying my husband James 4 years ago we decided that we wanted to start a family, and I came off the pill straight away. I was told that my periods might take a little while to resume, but after 6 months had passed and they still hadn’t started I began to get worried. James and I went to get tested at our local NHS hospital, and initially the doctors could fine nothing wrong; my fallopian tubes and ovaries looked entirely normal. However, an AMH blood test revealed that my ovarian reserve was low, with an AMH of just 4.0. Being only in my early 30s, this came as a shock. We also discovered that James’ sperm count was low on a few parameters.
Harriet, 34 years old had PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome). She had tried conventional IVF elsewhere, got severe OHSS (Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome) and nearly died in intensive care unit. She was warned that further conventional IVF treatment would put her at risk again. She had given up hope of having her own baby. Two years later she was told about Natural Cycle IVF/IVM and came to us. Last year we successfully transferred one embryo following IVM with no drugs and now she is eight months pregnant! She believes that Natural IVF/IVM should be used widely to avoid risks of OHSS and other health risks to women with conventional, drug stimulated IVF.