Free fertility and IVF open days at our world-class central London fertility clinic. See our upcoming events:
Purpose built to deliver the best experience for patients, our St. Paul’s clinic is a Centre of Excellence for Natural and Mild IVF treatments.
If you would like to find out more about Natural and Mild IVF and the benefits this provides for the health of mother and baby, we offer free open days and evenings at our St. Paul’s clinic in central London.
Usually our Medical Director and Founder Professor Geeta Nargund runs these events so it’s a great opportunity to meet with her during your mini-consultations and find out more about the service we provide. If Professor Nargund is unavailable Professor Campbell, or one of our lead consultants, will run the session.
Tickets are free but numbers are limited to enable us to give you the best possible attention, so please book to reserve your place through the reservation system below.
If there isn’t an event at a convenient time for you please contact us to arrange an initial consultation.
A sample agenda for an open day is as follows:
On open evenings we only offer 10 couples the opportunity to have a personal 10-minute one-on-one chat with one of the Professors or Lead Consultants. These will be offered one a 'first-come first-served' basis so please ask when you arrive if you are interested.
Our next open day/evening in St. Paul’s is:
We started researching fertility clinics in 2009 as we had both always wanted children. At first we started treatment with another clinic and had our first daughter through them.
I gave birth to our first child and we had planned for my wife to have our second. Although she’s very healthy, when we started treatment, we discovered that she had some very complex issues which we didn’t expect.
Tracy aged 38, was told by another clinic that she would never have her own children. She was turned away from several fertility clinics because her FSH was very high and egg reserve was very low. She had been told her this meant she was approaching the menopause and wouldn’t be able to have a child with her own egg and donor eggs would be her only option. They weren’t ready to accept this and were absolutely devastated. Not only did she have very low egg reserve, but her husband suffered from infertility and no sperm as a result of carrying the Cystic Fibrosis gene. Despite this difficulty, she conceived with natural IVF/ICSI using her own egg and her husband’s testicular sperm. She became pregnant and had a daughter. She returned for further treatment 2 years later against all odds and conceived again with natural IVF/ICSI and had a son. She is convinced that staying away from fertility drugs helped her to have two children with Natural IVF/ICSI.
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.
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.