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Summer offer: £150 off female fertility check-up

28 Jun 2018 Posted by Suvir Venkataraman in News

With the approach of those balmy summer evenings when all seems right with the world, you may be considering a more lasting change to your life, by starting a family. For the month of July 2018, Harley Street Fertility Clinic will be offering a discount…

Seeking to recruit a new doctor

22 May 2018 Posted by Suvir Venkataraman in News

A growing clinic providing a growing service (pun intended!). As a clinic, we have seen steady growth over the past 8 years. We have the pleasure in revealing that we are currently looking to recruit a new doctor to increase the provision of our services….

5 ways to get your body ‘baby ready’ for 2018

21 Dec 2017 Posted by HSFCblog-T in News

New Year often heralds a time for change and for many couples, this may be the phase when they make the decision to start trying for a family. Here, Dr Geetha Venkat, Director of Harley Street Fertility Clinic, lists five ways to ‘prepare’ your body…

Festive offer: £150 off female fertility check-up

01 Nov 2017 Posted by Suvir Venkataraman in News

With the approach of the festive season, you may be considering a more lasting change to your life, by starting a family. From 13 November 2017 until 30 December 2017, Harley Street Fertility Clinic will be offering a discount of £150 on female fertility check-ups,…

5 things you should know about STI’s and fertility

08 Sep 2017 Posted by HSFCblog-T in News

Nearly half a million people in the UK are diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) every year. There are many associated complications to contracting a sexually transmitted disease; your health can be affected, there is often a social stigma attached to STI carriers and, your…

Therapists’ top tips for coping during IVF treatment

04 Sep 2017 Posted by HSFCblog-T in News

Going through IVF treatment can be a highly challenging and stressful experience. For patients, it can be a physically and emotionally demanding time and for partners it can be extremely tough to see a loved-one go through the experience. In contrast to the minefield of…

3 super foods that increase sperm count

04 Aug 2017 Posted by HSFCblog-T in News

One of the most common causes of male infertility is a low sperm count, affecting around one in three couples who are struggling to get pregnant.  When trying to start a family (either naturally or through assisted conception), it is important to ensure your body…