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It can feel quite daunting making that first phone call to a clinic to seek help about your fertility. Our friendly team are trained to help answer your initial questions and provide you with information to allow you to make decisions about your next steps.

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Infertility can be defined as the failure to achieve a pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse, and is much more common than most people imagine.

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Female causes of infertility explain around one-third of all cases investigated. The good news is that today almost all cases of female infertility are amenable to treatment.

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Around one-third of all infertility cases are due to a problem with the male partner. Most cases of male infertility are related to the quality or quantity of sperm in ejaculated semen. 

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Initial investigations at the London Women’s Clinic are called a Fertility MOT.  These tests will help you to understand your fertility and ability to conceive.

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Both initial and follow up online consultations with our consultants allow you to go through your medical details and discuss whether and what treatment is recommended.

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At London Women's Clinic, we understand the challenges and complexities that PCOS can present when it comes to achieving a successful pregnancy. In this article, we will delve into the relationship between fertility and PCOS, exploring the available treatment options and the support we provide to help women with PCOS on their journey to parenthood.

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