If you are looking for infertility treatments including In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) and Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) then contact Nuffield Health.
There is a range of services regarding assisted conception, which are described below. Treatments may vary between hospitals, please enquire for further details. Programmes are tailored to patients' individual needs, and all stages of treatment are fully discussed. Informed decisions can then be made, and patients will be aware of what is involved at all stages.
Assisted conception services at Nuffield Health
The desire to have a child can be overwhelming. The discovery of a fertility problem can be the beginning of a challenging time in your life, both emotionally and physically. Nuffield Health are there to help in Brentwood, Glasgow and Woking.
Each person has a unique reaction to infertility. It’s an emotional roller coaster and you may have feelings that range from disappointment and frustration to hope and excitement. It’s understandable. But these feelings can be unpredictable and upsetting, and can even cause tension in relationships. You may need help in coping with them.
It’s the aim of Nuffield Health to take care of your overall well being, as we help you in your efforts to start a family. They'll provide you with information about the stages of your treatment and help you to make decisions. They’ll address any concerns you may have and support you every step of the way. And they have independent counsellors, who will be there for you, to help you through the whole process. Even before you decide, you can always come in to see the facilities and chat to a specially trained nurse. They see this as part of helping you reach a decision, so it’s informal and free of charge.
Infertility treatment (IVF) at Nuffield Health
While there are no guarantees, Nuffiled Health are well placed to do everything they can to help you conceive a child. Their assisted conception services are within full service hospitals. They offer all ranges of fertility treatments and since with over 25 years experience they’ve helped over 6,500 children come into the world – an enviable record that they’re very proud of.
Nuffield Health like to think that their success is based on creating a caring environment in the hospital. Walk through the door and you’ll find the atmosphere is relaxed and pleasant. And their people are selected for their commitment to our caring philosophy, as well as their expertise. Their nurses, for example, take the time to get to know you. To them, you’re a person, not a patient, and they’re frequently told what a difference that makes.
Infertility treatment offered
Where can i get infertility treatment?
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How do I get started with assisted conception?
Getting in touch with us
You can contact Nuffield Health directly, or choose to ask your GP to refer you. If they do receive a referral, they will get in touch with you to make an appointment. Nuffield Health will then send you information that will help you get ready for the consultation.
Your first consultation
This is when you’ll first meet your consultant. You’ll find out about the treatments available and your consultant will help you decide on a programme. Also, appointments for tests will be made – these can include tests on blood, urine and sperm and are needed to see if the treatment chosen is right for you. If you want to go ahead, they’ll make a time for you to meet one of their specially trained fertility nurses to discuss any questions you may have and to provide you with the information needed to make your journey through treatment easier.
As success rates do vary, they’ll give you up-to-date information at this time. The possibility of treatment not being successful can be stressful. So the next step will involve meeting a counsellor who can discuss this with you.
Meeting your counsellor
Fertility treatment can be demanding and intrusive, so it’s best to know what lies ahead. A counsellor can help. And anyone undergoing treatment can choose to see one. At your appointment the counsellor will discuss your feelings regarding your proposed treatment with you.
The HFEA requires that donors, recipients and those who have a procedure using a surrogate see a counsellor.
Starting your treatment
This is the appointment to prepare you for your fertility treatment. They'll discuss how to best fit your treatment in with your working life and the medication you may need to take. They'll put together a treatment plan that’s specific to you. Then they’ll agree a date to start. They’ll ask you to sign consent forms and give you written notes explaining your treatment and just what to expect at each stage.
Reviewing your treatment
After your treatment, they will offer a consultation to assess how everything went. This appointment is helpful for planning any future care for you.
They do require payment before treatment starts. Payment can be made by cash, cheque, credit or debit card. For information regarding prices and payment, please call your Nuffield Health Assisted Conception Services Unit.
IVF success rates
View the success rates of all the different infertility treatments offered by Nuffield Health.
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