Fertility treatments in the UK and across the world are becoming more common each day, with advancing technologies resulting in safer, more effective treatments. Both men and women can have problems affecting their fertility and leading to difficulties in achieving conception. Likewise, lifestyle changes and increased life expectancies are delaying the age at which many people feel they are ready to start a family.
Although all medical procedures require the core principles of care, expertise and dedication, fertility treatments are of particular sensitivity. At GlobMed, we are committed to helping everyone to bring life to this world.
We believe healthcare should be provided wherever it is done best and when it comes to fertility, Spain is a reference in Europe. From the high-quality options available we further apply our rigorous selection process to offer you only those facilities that offer the absolute latest infertility treatments and the utmost quality of care.
From initial assessments to more potentially complex procedures, when you need us most, our specialists are here to ensure that you fully understand the procedure, are well taken care of and are able to undergo the most effective treatment option for your needs and requirements.
With over 3.5 million people in the UK having difficulties conceiving; we are here to help you.Book a free consultation
Egg donation is a process by which a woman donates her eggs to enable another woman to conceive and start a family. Like other fertility treatments, egg donation is increasingly common, with ageing populations waiting longer before deciding to have children and start a family.Read More
In-Vitro Fertilisation, commonly known as ‘IVF’, involves fertilisation outside the body. It is one of the most widely used fertility treatments and is often more successful than other methods. Patients who have unknown fertility issues and cannot conceive naturally or have blocked or damaged fallopian tubes often undergo this treatment to fall pregnant.Read More
Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) tests embryos created outside the body through IVF to determine whether a genetic disorder is present. It is carried out if a known specific disorder is at risk for being transferred to the baby.Read More
Preserving fertility allows you to choose when you wish to start a family without the pressure of a woman’s biological clock. Naturally, a woman’s chance of conceiving naturally decreases as she ages, with peak fertility between ages 20 to 35. Freezing eggs allows women to wait for the right time to start a family.Read More
Unfortunately, numerous conditions reduce fertility, such as age, fibroids, polyps and malformations. However, minimally invasive surgical treatments can be offered to restore fertility.Read More
Couples in which both people possess female reproductive organs can undertake the ROPA method of fertility treatment. This provides a way for same-sex couples to share motherhood to conceive a child.Read More
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