Our Wimbledon clinic was the first full clinic we opened specialising in Natural and Mild IVF. Offering expert diagnosis and a wide range of fertility treatments Wimbledon’s friendly atmosphere has been praised by our patients.
If you would like to take a look around the clinic, meet the team and find out more about Natural and Mild IVF you can attend one of our free open days which we run at least once a month. See our upcoming events:
These sessions give you a chance to meet the team, listen to a talk by one of our fertility experts and find out more about Natural and Mild IVF.
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:
Register below to attend our next open day.
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.
Dear CREATE Fertility Professors & Team,
After 3 unsuccessful NHS IVF treatments due to unexplained infertility (2 long and 1 short protocol) my first treatment with CREATE Fertility was a surprising success.
Thank you all so much for the mild and less intensive approach which my body seemed to appreciate. You were all compassionate and informative throughout the process which made the whole experience less stressful both emotionally and physically.
I really couldn’t believe it when I had a positive result and even after the 4 week scan I was still sceptical that the pregnancy (my first ever after 4 years of trying) would be fruitful. However, 40 weeks and 3 days later on 6 February 2014 our little girl was born and she is such a cutie.
With kind regards and best wishes.
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.
My husband and I had been trying to have children for 18 months. When nothing had happened, I went to my GP and was advised to keep trying naturally for a while longer. We did but still nothing happened. I had some basic tests and we were quite quickly put into the category of ‘unexplained infertility.’ That was the moment when we realised we had an issue.
I went to CREATE and further tests showed I had polycystic ovaries. I wasn’t surprised because my sister has it and I had some of the associated symptoms. However, because the scans through the GP hadn’t discovered it, I thought it had been ruled out. So when CREATE identified the issue very clearly we had an explanation for our problems. Further scans also showed that I had issues with the blood circulation around my uterus.
Jennifer’s story: successful treatment after OHSS at another clinic
One of the main reasons that CREATE specialises in natural and mild treatment is that the high stimulation given in conventional IVF treatment can lead to significant side effects. Here one of our patients Jennifer tells her story:
‘I turned to CREATE following some horrible experiences at another clinic. After struggling to conceive for a while, my husband Daniel and I first sought treatment at a leading fertility clinic around 4 years ago. We had two full rounds of treatment with them as well as 2 frozen rounds with some of the embryos that we had frozen. During the first round of treatment, lots of eggs were collected, but the high doses of stimulation meant that I developed severe Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS). This is a medical condition resulting from over-stimulation of the ovaries which causes the ovaries to enlarge, retention of fluid which can cause severe abdominal discomfort and, in my case, a drain. The OHSS meant that I suffered discomfort throughout my first round of treatment. This first attempt worked and I became pregnant, but sadly miscarried quite late on.
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