Do you want to have a baby through donor sperm insemination? It’s one of the quickest and simplest types of fertility treatment, but one that needs careful planning to help you achieve pregnancy.
Here’s your step-by-step guide to a typical cycle of donor sperm insemination with Manchester Fertility.
We don’t have waiting list for donor sperm and can offer you an extensive choice of health-screened and traceable UK sperm donors from our own sperm bank, with the option of famil...
Mild IVF, Light IVF, Modified Natural Cycle – low stimulation forms of IVF are some of the newest trends in treatment, often marketed as a ‘safer’ or more gentle option for women who need help to conceive.
But these IVF alternatives are not suitable for everyone, and although they have some advantages, they are really only designed to be used in specific cases.
Here are five key things you need to know about low stimulation IVF methods:
What low stimulation really means
IVF patients are set to be more informed about treatment extras after fertility regulator the HFEA announced plans to make IVF ‘add-ons’ and their benefits clearer.
Under a new code of practice, yet to be approved, fertility clinics will soon have to explain the clinical evidence behind treatment add-ons – helping patients make better decisions about what’s right for them.
Did you know that Manchester Fertility is a fully independent, private fertility clinic? We’re not part of a large commercial group of clinics or linked to an NHS hospital, giving us complete freedom over the treatments, care and fertility services we provide.
Our independence ensures that every aspect of your treatment journey is focused on what’s best for you and your outcome.
Here are a few more things you may not know about us:
It’s Singles Awareness Day, and if you’re happily single but want a baby you’re not on your own – did you know it’s a popular and requested fertility treatment at Manchester Fertility?
HFEA figures have shown that the number of women seeking solo treatment has more than doubled in the last decade.
At Manchester Fertility we specialise in helping single women to become mothers, not only offering comprehensive donor sperm treatments and funding options but the emoti...
IVF is a common fertility treatment but do you know how it works? Or how many clinic trips it involves?
How does IVF work?
IVF means In-Vitro Fertilisation and it brings sperm and eggs together in our laboratory so we can help conception happen. It’s used to overcome issues where the sperm can’t reach the egg naturally, such as mild sperm problems, fallopian tube blockages or ...
Decided to start your family through IVF this year? Although it’s hugely exciting, planning and preparing for IVF can be daunting.
Not only are there the financial considerations, but also the major decision about which fertility clinic to choose, which may influence your chances of success and likelihood of a baby.
So if you’re hoping to have IVF this year, here are the three key things that really matter:
1. IVF expertise
Experience and expertise counts when it comes to success...
IVF, ICSI and IUI are the most common ways we can help you have a baby, but they’re very different fertility treatments, and we’re often asked by patients which is best.
Here are the main differences between IVF, ICSI and IUI, and when each would generally be recommended. Remember that everyone’s fertility journey is different, and what may be advised for one person may not be right for you:
What is IVF? IVF – In-Vitro Fertilisation - involves the use of fertility...
Manchester Fertility is one of the few fertility clinics in the country to be able to offer both fresh and frozen UK donor eggs with no waiting list.
Here are some of the benefits of using frozen UK donor eggs from our donor egg bank to conceive:
Frozen donor eggs are immediately available: You can start treatment with frozen donor eggs immediately with no delay at Manchester Fertility. Frozen donor eggs come directly from our own award-winning UK egg donor programme, Manchester Donors. The eg...
Can you exercise during IVF and fertility treatment? Is it safe? With the World Athletics Championships in London in the spotlight, there’s never been a better time to get fit – and the good news is that having IVF doesn’t mean you have to hang up your sport shoes.
Exercising and fitness: Preparing for fertility treatment and IVF
Exercising is a good way to prepare for your IVF journey, especially if you need to lose weight and get your BMI to a healthier range before you st...