How should I take my first step with you?

I think for patients who either have been diagnosed with a fertility problem, or still exploring a fertility clinic even for reassurance, I would suggest the important thing is to contact the fertility clinic.

At London IVF and Genetics Centre, we encourage patients to come and talk to us or call us. For example, for a free 15-minute consultation that would give you an initial idea of whether we are the right clinic for you, but also it will help you in formalising or facing some of the real fears that you might be facing.

I think that should be your first step should be either to book a telephone consultation, an in-person consultation, or you can just book a free 15 minute consultation to come and discuss with us what the cause of infertility is, what your biggest fear is and what is it that you want us to help you with and the approach you prefer.

Whether you’re looking for the best possible success rate or you’re looking for a wholesome support of the care, we can help you in both ways by delivering the success rate, as well as giving you a high level of patient experience.

By |2018-08-10T14:42:49+00:00November 29th, 2016|Clinic, Video|Comments Off on How should I take my first step with you?
Dr Krishna is Director of London IVF and Genetics Centre. She is a highly experienced Consultant Gynaecologist and specialist in Fertility and reproductive medicine. She manages couples with male or female cause of subfertility across the full range of complexity. She has special interest in managing patients with repeated treatment failures and those who respond poorly. She has published in professional journals and presented at national and international meetings. She is passionate in delivering best possible treatment outcomes and experience, as evidenced by patient feedback.