Everyone deserves the chance to have a child
We offer IVF treatments for a range of individual circumstances. Whether you are at the beginning of your fertility journey and looking at IFV for the first time, you are are part of a same sex couple or have tried IVF before, we can advise and help you with your journey to bring a child into the world.
I’m part of a same sex couple
Discover our holistic approach to helping same sex couples give birth with the help of donor sperm.
The IVF treatments we offer
We offer a full range of IVF treatments with higher than average rate of successful pregnancies and births.
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) makes it possible for men with low sperm counts to have a baby, when previously they would have been unable to. It involves injecting a single sperm into an egg to fertilise it, and is now used in nearly half of all IVF treatments throughout the UK.
Reproductive Immunology (RI) investigates and addresses immune issues that may be preventing you from conceiving. We perform two sets of tests, one to rule out any treatable medical problems, and the second to look closer into any immunology factors.
Natural and Mild IVF
This approach includes stimulating egg production during your natural cycle to collect anywhere between one and seven eggs, unlike with traditional IVF where we’d look to collect as many as possible. Success rates are hard to predict for Natural and Mild IVF, and it is only recommended as an assisted form of treatment.
Options before IVF
We’ll always look holistically at everything we can that could improve your chances of pregnancy. These include nutritional guidance, acupuncture and hypnotherapy, as well as a number of ways in which we can improve your ovulation and check your fertility levels.
Our approach to IUI
Intrauterine insemination and ovulation induction are two ways in which we can boost your ovulation and increase your likelihood of conceiving. They involve taking specially designed drugs for up to six menstrual cycles, and are only applicable if your male partner has strong sperm and your fallopian tubes are clear.
Our approach to fertility testing
It is possible for us to scan your embryos and see which one offers the best chance of pregnancy success. A new approach allows us to test all 23 chromosomes in an embryo, letting us select the one most likely to turn into a healthy baby. This option is especially useful for women over 35 whose fertility levels are naturally decreasing.
Our approach to egg freezing
Egg freezing is becoming more and more popular for women who have reached their mid-30s but aren’t yet ready to have a baby. If you think you might like a child in the future, or are just yet to find the right partner or stage in your life for a family, egg freezing can substantially improve your chances later down the line.
What Our Clients Say
From Despair to Joy – My IVF Story by Becky Wilson
Here is Becky Wilson’s story of her journey through despair at being told she would probably not be able to have a baby to the joy of giving birth.
After being told that she may not be a good candidate for IVF Becky came to the Zita West Fertility Clinic for a second opinion and through our testing found out that she had low AMH – a measure of her egg reserves. We developed an individualised plan of action with her and after having IVF with us she gave birth to her beautiful daughter Ella.