Get our expert fertility help whether you live in Cheshire or London

29th July 2013 in Advice

This information was correct at the time of publishing. It may not reflect our current practices, prices or regulations.

Did you know that our new clinic is typically under an hour away by car from many places within the North West and beyond – and only a couple of hours from London on the train?

When planning fertility treatment it is often tempting just to use your nearest local clinic or unit, but they may not be the best provider of treatment for your diagnosis or circumstances.

For example, at Manchester Fertility our successful Manchester Donors sperm and egg donor recruitment programme means we have no waiting list for treatment using donor eggs or donor sperm.

And all of our donors are from the UK, and are fully HFEA-registered – meaning any conceived children can easily find out about their donors if they wish to when they reach 18 in line with the current law. We do not import sperm or eggs from abroad to help you have a family.

As a private clinic, you do not need to live locally within Manchester, Cheadle, Wilmslow, Knutsford or even in Cheshire to get our expert help.  We are not geographically restricted like the NHS is when it comes to deciding who can benefit from NHS IVF.

And so we can accept patients from all over the UK,  whether you live locally or are travelling from London or even abroad.

We’ve produced a handy guide all about travelling to us from outside the North West region here,where we explain how many times you would typically need to visit our clinic during the course of an IVF cycle and many other popular treatments including IUI.

And how easy it is to find our new clinic in our new location just off the A34, near to the M60/M56 motorways and not far from the local Stockport train station.

If you have any questions about travelling to us and applying for treatment, you can speak to our friendly patient advisors on 0161 300 2737. Don’t forget you can also self-refer here

Last updated: 20th January 2020