If you’re struggling with fertility problems, it can be an isolating experience – and especially challenging to broach the subject with family and friends.
Because although we’re getting better at being more open about infertility – there are chat rooms, forums, media stories and even celebrities talking about IVF now – it’s not always so easy to talk to the people closest to you.
Here’s how you can get the support you need from family, friends and col...
Did you know more than 68,000 cycles of IVF are carried out every year in the UK? If you’re planning to try for a baby through IVF too, here are five things to know before you start:
1. Research the IVF process
Being informed about what’s to come can help make the IVF journey easier. Research the IVF process so you know what to expect. Always ask if there’s anything you’re not sure about – we’re always happy to help clarify and reassure.
You’ve made the exciting decision to start your family – but if you need IVF, how exactly do you get started?
Taking the first steps to treatment can be daunting, and it can sometimes be confusing to know what to do first.
Here’s your step-by-step guide to starting your IVF journey with Manchester Fertility:
Brochure: Request our brochure here - we’ll send you a digital copy or in the post. Our brochure tells you more about our clinic, our team and o...
It’s World Health Day! This year’s theme is #HealthForAll – and whilst we’re lucky to have access to healthcare, not everyone can access fertility treatment.
Through discounted funding options we aim to make private IVF and care cost-effective and accessible to as many people as possible, so everyone has the chance of a family and the supported, personal care they need.
Explore the plans and packages to see if any are right for you.
We’ve heard it’s because of our expertise and our transparency. Our individualised approach. Because we’re a team that genuinely cares and takes the time to get to know you.
Did you know that what you eat and whether you smoke are two of the lifestyle factors that can influence your chances of IVF success?
Many women wait until they’re pregnant to change eating and lifestyle habits – but nutrition matters just as much when you’re trying for a baby too. Especially when preparing for and going through fertility treatment. Sm...
Starting IVF is an exciting and nerve-wracking time. Whether you’ve had treatment before or are fertility treatment first-timers, you’ll naturally want to get as much information and ‘insider tips’ as you can.
As many of our patients ask for our advice before starting IVF, here are our top tips to help you prepare for your journey:
Get yourself physically fit and ready
Although we’re taking care of the process of conception through IVF, your own health can actual...
Many of our patients at Manchester Fertility aren’t actually from Cheshire, Manchester or even the North West. As a private fertility clinic, we help anyone – from anywhere in the UK – to have a baby.
And we recently did just that for Ronnie and Sarah from Cumbria, who’ve welcomed their beautiful ‘miracle’ baby boy Aaron after successful treatment and care fr...
How do you start IVF? Do you always need to see your GP first? Do you need to live local to a clinic to be a patient?
It’s actually really easy to start IVF at Manchester Fertility if you’re planning treatment in 2018.
No catchment area and no referral needed
And you don’t need to see your GP either. We don’t require a refer...
Throughout this week we’ll be doing a series of special blogs to mark the campaign, starting today with a focus on NHS IVF.