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Festive offer: £150 off female fertility check-up

01 Nov 2017 Posted by Suvir Venkataraman in Uncategorized

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,…

Dr Venkat is honoured as a part of International Women’s Day 2017

13 Mar 2017 Posted by Suvir Venkataraman in Uncategorized

#BeBoldForChange for #IWD2017 Harley Street Fertility Clinic supports International Women’s Day. Our director, Dr Geetha Venkat, was invited to talk at the House of Commons (Parliament) on her journey and experience in establishing the clinic as a centre of excellence. Dr Venkat was also honoured…

Bank holiday offer

19 Aug 2016 Posted by Suvir Venkataraman in Uncategorized

We are offering £100 off consultations for the August bank holiday: Saturday, 27 August 2016 only. Please call reception on 020 7436 6838 to arrange your appointment.

Awakening Fertility Support Group Meeting

15 Jul 2016 Posted by HSFCblog in Uncategorized

Just a reminder that this coming Wednesday 20th July, the free Awakening Fertility Support Group is being hosted by our coach Fiona Kacz-Boulton from 6:00 – 7:00pm at the Clinic. Our warm and friendly support group meets once a month to share experiences, offer support, comfort,…

The Truth About Egg Freezing

19 Apr 2016 Posted by HSFCblog in Uncategorized

There has been a lot of media attention on the issue of ‘egg freezing’ and why women are choosing this procedure.  Some of the reporting hasn’t helped the debate on the issue and the information can be quite misleading. Here at the clinic we have…

Dr Geetha Venkat, Director of the Harley Street Fertility Clinic responds to the recent report that children born through IVF “face a potential health time-bomb”

23 Feb 2016 Posted by HSFCblog in Uncategorized

IVF is a fantastic achievement of modern medicine and science. Those five million babies would not have been born were it not for this treatment and all their parents would remain childless.We of course encourage the systematic review and study of the effects of any…