Why Total Fertility?

Choosing the fertility clinic that is right for you does not need to be a leap into the unknown. We know it can be a frustrating and confusing time hearing that you need to start fertility treatment. There is a lot to consider when making those initial steps of deciding where to have treatment. Total Fertility is here to help make your decisions feel a little easier. We understand there is a lot of information to process so we aim to take away the stress with our clinic comparison tool. We focus on clinic location, success rates, costs and most important of all quality of care.

Whether you are starting a family, freezing your eggs or helping a friend explore their options make sure you invest some time first with Total Fertility. We want to make your job simple by removing that overwhelming feeling of uncertainty people get when embarking upon treatment. Total Fertility helps you stay up-to-date with the latest technologies and trends, with interesting articles and blogs on fertility topics written by experts. Our information section and glossary explains about different treatments and terms and will help you understand what it means for you.

Whether you are NHS funded or self-funding IVF treatment, it is important to know exactly what you are getting in return and how that compares in different clinics. We cover all locations across the UK and compare all registered fertility clinics in a chosen area. Comparing the prices and success rates of treatments in each clinic may help you decide where to invest your money. Take time to decide and weigh up all the pros and cons before choosing which direction to go. Why not start right away? Select your area and compare what your local clinics offer. You might just be surprised by what you find.

Total Fertility helps you make an informed decision about your treatment. Everything has been designed with the patient in mind so Invest some time now and make the right decisions for your future. The Team at Total Fertility Limited.

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Fertility News

News, research & developments in the world of IVF & fertility

Optimising Sperm for IVF

“Make your swimmers into winners” By: Dr. Ed Coats 30% of couples who have been unsuccessful with natural conception will discover that sperm quality has been suboptimal. This news can come as quite a shock, especially if the focus has been on the woman’s fertility up to that point. Sperm develops in the testicles in a system of tiny tubes (seminiferous tubules). The sperm then moves to the sperm ducts (vas deferens). Seminal fluid (white in colour) is secreted from the seminal and prostate glands mixing with sperm to create semen, which is ejaculated. There are a number of points along this pathway where something can go wrong. The testicles are instructed to produce sperm by hormones released from the central brain. If a problem occurs with these hormones or the testicles themselves then sperm may not develop. A blockage can occur in the sperm ducts preventing the ejaculation of normal semen. In the majority of cases there are in fact no problems here but semen qual…
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Baby of a Cancer Patient Who Froze her Eggs is Born in Malaga

This is the first case registered in the Reproductive Unite of Gutenberg Centre (URE Centro Gutenberg) , located in Málaga, Spain. A woman, who was 37 years old when she suffered breast cancer, vitrified her eggs before receiving chemotherapy treatment. Seven years later, after the disease has passed, this woman has been able to be a mother thanks to the work of the doctors of URE Centro Gutenberg. This has been possible, because the frozen eggs were inseminated with spermatozoa of her partner, and then this patient was implanted with the embryos to achieve a pregnancy. Now, at the age of 44, she is the mother of a two-month-old baby whose gestation has been carried on normally. Egg freezing or vitrification is a technique for preserving fertility, which consists of stimulating woman's ovaries through a hormonal treatment, through ovarian puncture in the operating room. The mature eggs are then vitrified (quick freezing) and kept in benches intended for the pu…
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Recent Research: July 2019

Tablet Study The TABLET study is a powerful research trial that has just recently published its findings in the New England Journal of Medicine. This study recruited almost 20,000 patients from 49different hospital sites and fertility clinics across the UK. The study attempts to answer the question as to whether ThyroidPeroxidase (TPO) Antibodies in the blood affect the chances of having a live baby when patients don’t have any symptoms of thyroid disease. Specifically the study looked at whether patients without thyroid disease symptoms, but found to have a raised TPO antibody level in the blood, actually had a reduced chance of having a live birth. Previously a few studies had suggested a small dose of Levothyroxine, a drug commonly used to correct thyroid problems, might increase the chances of having a live baby in these patients. We now know that this is not true. Study Findings: The study showed that if patients were found to have high levels of TPO antibodies in th…
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