Offering private IVF treatment and ICSI
the procedures most commonly requested at BMI Healthcare are:
a course of fertility drugs to suppress a woman's natural hormones and
stimulate the ovaries, the mature eggs are surgically removed using an
ultrasound-guided needle. The eggs are then fertilised in a laboratory
using the partner's or donor sperm. By the third day they will have
developed into embryos and up to three will be transferred into the
womb, to increase the chance of conception. This technique is suitable
for women with conditions affecting the fallopian tubes or whose bodies
are hostile to sperm, and when the male partner has a low sperm count.
Find your nearest hospital that offers in vitro fertilisation (IVF)
a male partner is found to have a very low sperm count or fertilisation
with IVF was unsuccessful, a single sperm can be injected directly into
an egg to fertilise it. This technique can sometimes also be used when
a man has had a vasectomy.
Find your nearest hospital that offers intra cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)