1. How does the clinic decide which treatments to choose?
Through a thorough consultation with the individual or couple involved, including examining medical and reproductive histories, and by carrying out relevant tests and investigations, your consultant will be able to identify which course of treatment is the right one for you.
2. What tests will I have to have?
There are a number of tests that you can expect to have as your consultant looks to identify what may be causing any fertility issues. An initial fertility assessment on either one or both partners in the relationship can help to ensure any issue is dealt with without paying for needless treatment if a simpler or more cost-effective solution can be found.
3. Does the clinic work with patients to ensure the treatment for them is the most suitable?
Some fertility clinics are simply IVF clinics, with this being the treatment option offered to all patients. However, this may not be the best option for everyone. At RHG we will only recommend the best care pathway once we have carried out all the appropriate investigations.
4. What treatments are available?
There are a variety of treatments available, from IVF (In vitro fertilisation), where eggs and sperm are brought together outside the womb in a laboratory, to IUI (intrauterine insemination). For IVF treatment, there are also a number of different techniques, such as ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection) and IMSI (intracytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection).
5. What success rates does the clinic have?
Before you start out, you want to know that you have chosen a clinic that has high success rates in helping people to achieve their goal and become successfully pregnant.
6. What are the costs involved?
You can view our clear and transparent fertility price list here.
7. Are women with specific conditions accepted at the clinic?
If you are affected by a specific issue, you may find that not all clinics are able to offer you treatment. At RHG we are able to treat all gynaecological and infertility conditions under one roof at our Cheshire based Centre for Reproductive Health.
8. What makes the clinic different to the others?
In our case, it is our dedicated integrated fertility and women’s health hospital, one of the first ever in the UK. Every detail was designed by our consultants and embryologists, using their extensive experience to ensure that our patients receive the best possible care, using the very latest technology in a state of the art environment.
If you would like to organise a fertility consultation with us to discuss any of the above, or additional questions you may have, please do contact us on 01925 202180 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org