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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 are the first platform to display clinic locations, success rates, costs and most importantly 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.
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By: Dr. Ed Coats As the Covid-19 pandemic grumbles on into its second year so much has changed. There have been more than 100,000 coronavirus associated deaths and we are in yet another national lockdown. The UK has led the way in the development and approval of Covid-19 vaccines and over 10 million people have received their first dose. It has been a challenging 12 months though for patients needing fertility treatments and for clinics trying to work through the crisis. Due to the wider pressures on the NHS from Covid-19, several IVF clinics located on NHS sites have had to temporarily close their doors to patients, who have had to pause their treatments. We all hope the option of vaccination will help steer things back towards normal. There are currently three different Covid-19 vaccines approved for use in the UK by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). The first to be approved was the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in December. The first woman in…Read more
2020 has been a long and fatiguing year with multiple National lockdowns due to Covid-19. Fertility patients have endured an incredibly stressful year as their plans have been turned upside down with fertility clinic closures. This climate has added uncertainty to an already difficult journey. It has been a tragic year for those who have lost family and friends but a difficult year for those trying to start a family or endured pregnancy loss alone and isolated. Our new modern ways of working and socialising though means our lifestyles will probably never feel the same again. Fertility clinics have adapted wonderfully well in most cases to help keep patients plans alive. Finally as a vaccine is now on the horizon, we find ourselves hurtling into the season of excesses, merriment and trying to plan 2021. Total Fertility want to help you a spring into the New Year feeling energised, optimistic and ready to plan the next steps of your fertility journey. Today is the 12th day …Read more
Jennifer Saunders warned BBC Radio 4 listeners today that women’s health research is “chronically underfunded” as she delivered her first Charity Appeal on the station. On Sunday 29th November, the comedian said that "reproductive health doesn’t always receive the attention or investment it deserves” as she expressed her support for Wellbeing of Women, a charity that invests in women’s health research. Telling the story of Amy, whose ovarian cancer tumour was the size of a mango by the time it was detected when she was just 36, Jennifer explained that the lack of priority given to women’s health research means that women are suffering in silence. “Women play such an incredibly important part in our society; we make up more than half of our population, after all,” she said. “Yet many women’s health issues are often overlooked.” She explained that Amy’s cancer is particularly difficult to treat as it has become resistant to chemotherapy, a common occurrence with ovari…Read more
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