Private Fertility Clinic
Having trouble conceiving? Speak to our team of fertility experts, here to help with personalised one to one support from fertility testing to IVF.
Having trouble conceiving? Fertility tests might be the answer
Fertility Clinic & Testing
Whether you are planning on starting a family or having some difficulty conceiving, it is important to speak to the right people to get the best help. At MyHealthcare Clinic we offer comprehensive fertility testing to help you get started on your journey and check your fertility status. We also offer regular fertility open days where you can meet fertility experts to discuss your options.
For any challenges, you face we can connect you with the best fertility specialists in the UK and abroad and be there to support you throughout your fertility journey.
Our specialists and partners are here to offer a wide range of fertility treatments to patients who are not able to conceive on their own. All treatments are personalised to the individual needs of the patient and may range from techniques such as timing intercourse and inducing ovulation, to more advanced treatments such as In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) and IVF with Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) using a sperm or egg donor.
Book a free consultation with a fertility specialist to find out more.
Female test package – £395
- Hormone tests to check ovulation
- Anti-Mullerian hormone
- Thyroid and vitamin D
- Pelvic ultrasound
- Rubella immunity check
- GP consultation to discuss results
Male test package – £195
- Semen analysis
- Density, morphology and motility analysed
- GP consultation to discuss results
The International Fertility Company (IFC)
Everyone’s fertility journey is unique and there are wide range of options both here in the UK and abroad if you opt for fertility treatment. Fertility travel is a very common route many people choose and the IFC helps facilitate and support those on this path.
The IFC work with MyHealthcare Clinic in Fulham and Wandsworth, providing a platform for consultations, learning and patient support and onward care for those undergoing fertility treatment.
Click here to find out more about fertility care.
Fertility Frequently Asked Questions
What is infertility?
Infertility is a reproductive condition which affects a persons ability to concieve children. This condition would normally be diagnosed by a specailist afte unsuccessfuly attempting to concieve for more than 12 months.
What are the signs of infertility for women?
The main sign of infertility is the inability for women to get pregnant. Other symptoms may include:
– Pain when having sex. This may be a sign of an underlying health problem that may affect a woman’s fertility, such as infections, endometriosis, and fibroids.
– Long and painful menstruations. Heavy period can be a sign of endometriosis as well
Other factors which may impact your ability to concieve may include your age, weight and medical history.
How can I boost my fertility?
Small changes in your lifestyle may improve your chances of getting pregnant and having a healthy pregnancy. However, if you concerned about your fertility or you are having trouble concieving we recommend you seek support from your GP or specialist for a fertility MOT to help you better understand your fertility and offer you better chances of concieving.
How is a woman’s fertility tested?
If you have found it difficult to concieve after 12 months of regular sex without birth control, you may want to start considering to get a fertility test and discuss your fertility and any treatment options with your GP or specalists. Depending on your medical history, your doctor may want to look further intoy your fertility.
Routine tests may include a cervical smear, sexual health tests, urine and blood tests. These tests will look for a variety of factors which may be contributing to your ability to concieve. Important fertility hormones they will be looking at includeLuteinizing Hormone (LH), Oestrogren and Progesterone during different stages of your cycle.
What are the causes of male infertility?
The main causes of male infertility are:
– Abnormal sperm production or function
– Problems with the delivery of sperm such as premature ejaculation
– Underlying medical condition or lifestyle choices which may include smoking, alcohol intake, use of anabolic steroids and high blood pressure also affect fertility.
– Damage related to cancer and its treatment, including radiation or chemotherapy.
What are the symptoms of male infertility?
The main symptoms of male infertility are:
– Changes in libido.
– Inability to ejaculate
– Problems maintaining erection
– Testicle pain or swelling
How can a man’s fertility be tested?
A semen analysis is the most common procedure when it comes to male fertility testing and seeking to determine if there is a male infertility factor. Sperm is collected and presented to a lab technician who examines the sperm under a microscope , to evaluate the count, shape and mobility of the sperm.
Can male infertility be treated?
Treatments for male infertility include:
– Antibiotic treatment might also cure an infection of the reproductive system, however this does not always restore fertility.
– Medications can help improve fertility in conditions such as erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.
– Your doctor might recommend hormone replacement or medications if your difficulty concieving is caused by high or low levels of certain hormones.
– ART or Assisted Reproductive Technology treatments