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StatMedica UK Ltd
StatMedica works with leading fertility specialists in Poland, where the
standards of care are first class, yet the price of treatment is much lower
than in the United Kingdom. StatMedica and its English speaking team provide
advice and support for couples travelling to Poland for all types of fertility
- diagnosis |
- IUI |
- IVF |
- ICSI |
- Poland |
- assisted reproduction |
King's College Hospital Assisted Conception Unit - one of the largest units in the country. Provides a comprehensive range of investigations and treatment for infertility including In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF), Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), Egg Donation, Surgical Sperm Collection, Donor Insemination, Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI) and Sperm & Embryo.
Infertility Network UK - INUK is committed to providing a comprehensive support network to its members and to all those affected by infertility by actively promoting INUK services. As well as providing authoritative information, and practical and emotional support, it is INUK's mission to raise the profile and understanding of infertility issues in all quarters and to strive for timely and consistent provision of infertility care throughout the UK.
Egg donation NY - CHR provides e-Mail Consultation for people seeking infertility solutions. Find out what to expect as an applicant.
NEW FERTILITY SUPPORT GROUP FOR EDINBURGH AND THE LOTHIAN REGION
There will be a new, free support group for any individual or couple that have had problems or are having problems conceiving, maintaining a pregnancy, wanting pre-conception health information, information on natural fertility awareness or information on assisted conception.
The aim of the service is to provide education and support to those with infertility issues, having difficulty maintaining a pregnancy or who may be going through or thinking of assisted conception treatment.
The monthly service will start on Thursday 25th February 2010 at Boroughloch Medical Practice, 1 Meadow Place, Edinburgh, EH9 1JZ from 6.30pm - 7.30pm.
The confidential service is designed as a drop-in service for anyone interested in talking with professionals and other women/men having conception problems or generally wanting advice on healthy conception. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or call 07777 617 473 or 0131 551 3171.