Female fertility begins to decline from the age of 30, with one in every 6 couples facing fertility issues i.e. to get pregnant. Our consultants are trained specialists in fertility medicine and guide you through which tests and treatments are best suited for every individual couple.
What happens during your appointment?
During your initial appointment, your consultant will ask you to discuss your medical history. With your consent, they may conduct a physical examination in the presence of a chaperone. If required, your consultant may refer you for a bespoke set of tests and scans to aid with your diagnosis.
To help your consultants determine the issue, they may recommend you have the following tests.
Fertility profile / preconception check
This comprehensive assessment helps you and your partner test your ovarian function and reserve especially if you have tried for a pregnancy and have been unsuccessful.
The entire check includes:
Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT)
This provides an opportunity for early detection of certain genetic abnormalities of the foetus without any harm. This assessment can also detect any genetic conditions in the mother.
Your test will include:
Recurrent miscarriage profile
This screening helps to identify differentially expressed genes and their related biological pathways if you have experienced recurrent miscarriage (RM) even though fertility is not an issue.
Your appointment will include:
With your consent, your consultant will create and discuss a individualised treatment plan for you.