A common finding in couples not able to conceive naturally when looking to start a family is the male partner having a low sperm count. However, not everyone knows what it means when they are told that they have a low sperm count, or take a home test to read the count for themselves.
At GENNET City Fertility, we believe in making sure our patients are given all the advice and support they need to make a fully informed decision. This includes informing egg donors of the process they will go through to make their donation and dispelling any medical inaccuracies.
Many people will currently be considering IVF treatment in the UK in order to expand their families and have the children they’ve always wanted. But how does IVF work, exactly? How long will the procedure take? These are questions we’re often asked at GENNET City Fertility, and we have put together this expert guide on IVF treatment to help provide some of the answers.
Today, the process of donating your eggs and helping other women overcome fertility challenges has never been easier. However, some criteria may prevent a woman from donating. Dr. Malini Uppal, a fertility specialist in Central London, tells us who is suitable to donate, how they retrieve the eggs during the procedure and walks us through the initial steps of the donation process.