Who would you prefer to help you have your baby - a foreign egg donor from somewhere like the Ukraine, or an egg donor from the UK?
Where your egg donor is from is becoming an increasingly important consideration as growing numbers of UK fertility clinics are relying on foreign women and their imported frozen eggs to help patients.
At Manchester Fertility, we can offer you immediate access to UK – not imported - donor eggs from UK-based women. Our patients aren’t limited to treatme...
At Manchester Fertility we’re experts in helping the LGBT community to build their families.
We offer a comprehensive range of fertility treatments for both male and female same-sex partners and single men and women, supported by our compassionate and caring clinic team that has in-depth understanding of the unique needs of our LGBT patients.
As one of the only fertility clinics in the UK to have our own dedicated donor sperm and donor egg programmes, we have no waiting list for donor eg...
Did you know that in addition to helping our patients become parents, our fertility specialists are also involved in fertility studies and research?
Our Consultant Gynaecologist Dr Raj Mathur – who is also external advisor to fertility regulator the HFEA and lead for Policy and Practice for the British Fertility Society - was recently part of a team researching fertility preservation in female cancer patients.
The new study by Manchester hospital St Mary’s showed that only small nu...
Did you know that men have a biological clock too? Although a man’s fertility doesn’t start to decline as early as a woman’s, sperm count and quality does decrease with age, particularly after the age of 40, making it harder to get pregnant.
Male fertility issues now account for almost half of IVF cycles carried out according to HFEA data.
At Manchester Fertility we are specialists in male fertility, helping many men become fathers through successful, proven treatments and te...
Have you been diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)? It’s a common cause of fertility problems.
Thought to affect around one in five women in the UK, PCOS affects your hormone levels and how your ovaries work, making it difficult to get pregnant naturally as you’re not ovulating regularly as you should be.
At Manchester Fertility, our Medical Director Dr David Polson is a specialist in overcoming ovulatory disorders including PCOS, and through our bespoke, highly tailor...
Do you want to have a baby through donor sperm insemination? Although it may seem like a simple procedure, your treatment is carefully planned and tailored by your fertility consultant to ensure you have the maximum chance of pregnancy from your cycle, with the full support of our team at every stage:
Donor Sperm Insemination: Is it the right option for you?
The first step is for us to firstly ensure that you are fertile and that there are no issues that could prevent the donor sperm reaching ...
If you’re considering treatment with donor sperm, whether that’s IVF with donor sperm or donor sperm insemination, you’ll likely have some questions – so in our final blog of our donor sperm treatment series, our Donation Team answers some of the many FAQs we’re asked to give you an insight:
How much does treatment using a sperm donor cost?
As every treatment plan is created bespokely for each patient, costs vary. But a general indication of price for both IVF wit...
Male fertility isn’t often talked about. The natural assumption when you’re having trouble conceiving is that the problem is usually with the woman.
But did you know that just as many cases of infertility that we treat are caused by problems with sperm? It’s estimated that around a third of men have fertility problems.
At Manchester Fertility we specialise in helping infertile men become fathers.
We’re proud to say that Manchester Fertility is one of the top sperm banks in the UK – and it’s thanks to the generosity of our donors.
Despite newspaper reports that banks across the North West and the UK are struggling to keep up with demand, sperm donor applications are at the highest level we’ve ever recorded.