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Female Fertility Treatments

Female infertility treatments have dramatically improved the chances of motherhood for millions of women. Factors for female infertility and specific causes of infertility can include; nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, diseases, prior medical operations, endometriosis, fibroids, uterine or cervical blockages or a host of other unexplained reasons.

The emotional, social and cultural consequences of infertility can be profound but it is important to seek advice from medical experts. Though you may have been trying to conceive for years, fertility treatments like IVF and IUI offer new hope and a new method of achieving a pregnancy.

Bourn Hall Fertility Clinic was founded by doctors and scientists that worked for more than a decade to develop new techniques to help infertile couples. This approach continues today across all Bourn Hall Clinics with our medical and scientific teams dedicated to the achievement of parenthood for all our patients.


In Vitro Fertilisation is a type of assisted reproduction process which involves the collection of female eggs after the hormonal stimulation of the ovaries. The collected eggs will be fertilised inside a laboratory using the sperm of the husband.

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Family Balancing

Family Balancing gives parents the opportunity to choose the sex of their baby if it is important for them to specifically have a baby boy or a baby girl.

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Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a procedure that makes use of washed concentrated sperm and places it in the uterus, near the time of a woman’s ovulation, via a catheter.

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Genetic Testing

Genetic Testing of embryos helps identify specific genes that can potentially lead to a disease, or chromosomal abnormalities that could hinder pregnancy.

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Ovulation Induction

If the woman is not releasing an egg every month, this can often be solved by giving medication to gently stimulate the ovaries.

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Egg Freezing

Egg freezing allows women to preserve their fertility, increasing their chances of pregnancy at a later age.

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Natural Cycle IVF

Natural Cycle IVF is a treatment plan where no hormone stimulating medications are used. A single egg would then be collected as a part of a women’s natural menstrual cycle.

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Mini IVF

Mini IVF refers to minimal hormone stimulation during the treatment, using lower doses of medication over a shorter period of time. This can be a good treatment option for women who are prone to ovarian hyper stimulation.

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Endometrial Scratching

This is a procedure that involves “scratching” the lining of the uterus with a small instrument that is inserted through the cervix.

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Reproductive Immunology

This is the study of how the body’s immune system interacts with the process of conception and then pregnancy.

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