If you have been experiencing issues with trying to conceive naturally, it’s likely that you have been exploring your options and researching the range of different fertility treatments that are available. With pages upon page of information available online, you may be overcome with emotion as you try to figure out the right treatment for you.
At Newlife Clinic, we’re aware that no two of our patients are the same, and that not all fertility treatments work for everyone. We offer a vast variety of treatments, helping you to figure out exactly what is tailored to your specifications.
Deciding on the right fertility treatment for each individual is extremely important to ensure patients are comfortable as they embark on their fertility journey. There are multiple aspects taken into account when deciding on the perfect fertility treatment, such as:
- What is the underlying cause of the infertility?
- Age affects the most suitable treatment
- Does your partner have a good quality of sperm?
- Have you previously experienced pregnancy?
- How long have you been trying to get pregnant?
Some fertility procedures are quite complex, for example In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) and many women feel anxious or worried about the treatment. It’s vital to remember that this is not the only plan of action available, and you should only undergo treatment if you feel comfortable in doing so. Here at Newlife, we decide on an appropriate treatment after the initial consultation, and will take all individual needs into consideration.
IVF is the process where eggs are removed from a women’s ovaries and are then fertilised with sperm in the laboratory. One of more embryos are created from this and they are then returned to the woman’s uterus. IVF is the most effective fertility treatment.
Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection is used in male subfertility cases, or if a previous IVF treatment has failed. ICSI works by injecting a single, selected sperm into an egg using an equipment called a Micromanipulator.
Intra-Uterine Insemination involved injecting a small amount of prepared, concentrated sperm into a woman’s uterine cavity. Success rates for IUI hugely depend on age, the quality of sperm and whether ovulation drugs are additionally used.
Chances of pregnancy occurring can be improved with the aid of PGD/PGS. It can be performed when a patient is a carrier of a specific chromosomal or gene defect, and so the screening can take place for any abnormalities. Research has shown that chromosomal abnormal embryos can equal poor IVF outcomes, and so the correct treatment can be advised.
There are multiple other fertility treatments available at Newlife Clinic, including egg freezing, egg donation and surgical sperm retrieval to name a few. We know the right fertility treatment is important, which is why we take all considerations into account to find the treatment that is 100% suited to you.
If you’re experiencing issues with your fertility and would like more information on the treatment most suited to you, you can get in touch with a member of the Newlife team by emailing us or by giving us a call on 01372 738932.