Manchester Fertility launches free fertility advice from the experts

22nd August 2011

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A leading Manchester fertility clinic has launched a new online service which allows people to seek free fertility advice anonymously from their team of experts.

Manchester Fertility’ ‘Ask the Professor’ online tool at allows people to submit questions to its founder Professor Brian Lieberman and the clinic’s team of embryologists, andrologists and consultants.

The clinic created the tool as part of its new-look website, following consultation with patients about what they would find helpful when initially seeking fertility treatment.

Professor Brian Lieberman says: “We know that many of our patients find it quite daunting to go to a fertility clinic, so we created ‘Ask the Professor’ to enable people to take that first step anonymously. They can ask us any question they may have about their own diagnosis and circumstances, we then post a response online, so others can read it who may be in the same situation.

“It’s only been going a few weeks and we’ve already answered 35 questions covering a range of topics, from women suffering from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome who need treatment advice to older would-be mothers wanting to know about their chances of success after the age of 40.

"We have regular open evenings where people can come to visit us, but this new tool really gives them the chance to ask questions that are more personal. We’re glad it’s such a success as we’re committed to making fertility treatment a more open, relaxed process for those who need it.”

ENDS   August 2011

Notes to editors:

  • Manchester Fertility, based in Manchester city centre, has over 25 years experience in treating all forms of infertility and is now one of the UK’s leading private infertility clinic
  • Over 3,500 babies have been born to date thanks to the expertise of the team which includes embryologists, andrologists, urologists, consultants and counsellors, many of whom are leaders in their field
  • Manchester Fertility treats all patients who need help to get pregnant, including single women and same-sex couples
  • It has its own successful dedicated egg and sperm donor recruitment programme – the clinic has no waiting lists for donor sperm and all donors are from the UK
  • Treatments at Manchester Fertility include IVF, Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), egg-sharing, egg-freezing, sperm-freezing, intrauterine insemination, treatment using donor eggs and guidance with surrogacy
  • Success rate for IVF patients who had blastocyst transfer in 2010 was 50%
  • In a recent patient satisfaction survey, 100% of patients felt they had been treated with dignity and respect during their treatment at Manchester Fertility
  • Manchester Fertility’ consultants work with patients to decide the best treatment option in an open, honest and transparent way – patients will only ever receive the treatment best suited to them and their unique needs; all costs are communicated clearly to patients with no ‘hidden extras’
  • Staff at the clinic are known for their personal, empathic approach and have a unique understanding of the ups and downs of fertility treatment thanks to years of experience in helping people overcome infertility

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