What fertility treatments are available?

Research suggests that one in seven couples experience infertility. Through a systematic process of diagnosis many causes of these problems can be addressed and the dream of a baby be realised. At London female gynaecologist Amanda Tozer’s fertility clinic, many couples have been successfully treated for their particular condition.

A wide range of treatments

At her London fertility clinic, Amanda Tozer offers the full range of fertility treatments. These include ovulation induction, intralipid infusion therapy, hormone balancing drugs therapy, endometrial scratching, tubal patency tests, saline sonography and reproductive surgery (removing patches of endometrial tissue from the ovaries, for example).

She also offers the full range of assisted conception treatments: intrauterine insemination (IUI), a low tech form of assisted conception where a small volume of highly motile sperm is placed high into the uterus via a catheter; in vitro fertilisation (IVF) where eggs are collected and fertilised in the laboratory with embryos transferred to the womb 2–5 days later; if this does not yield success, intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) may be appropriate, involving the injection of just one sperm directly into the egg.

One-to-one individualised IVF treatment

At her Harley Street clinic in London, highly experienced female gynaecologist Amanda Tozer adopts a methodical process of diagnosis and treatment. At your consultation you will discuss your medical history and undergo a series of diagnostic tests, including a pelvic ultrasound and sperm analysis. It is only by discerning the cause of the infertility that the problem can be addressed. Miss Tozer can then talk you through your fertility options which she will do at length, describing potential side effects and just what you can expect of the process.

Under Amanda Tozer’s care you are guaranteed continuity of care with Miss Tozer personally performing each step and always being at the end of the phone to answer your questions, however small, along the way.