I have recently connected with IVF Matters and I have to say, I am impressed with what I see. For the first time here is a clinic to make life easy for you. Like me, IVF Matters have embraced new ways of working, making it easy and convenient to access all you need to get started on the IVF process, right from your home. They are the perfect partners to YFJ.
IVF Matters has been set up to provide the UKs first online fertility clinic with everything you need to take you all the way along your pregnancy journey. IVF Matters will carry out all the diagnosis, fertility tests and treatment necessary as well as any support services such as counselling should you need it.
The whole team are very highly respected members of the fertility community with many years of experience between them and a real passion for fertility treatment.
Making the decision to step onto the roller coaster that is fertility treatment can be a daunting one and having to leave the comfort and security of your own home is a hard step to take. Many feel more comfortable staying at home and using IVF Matters to diagnose any fertility problems, to carry out tests and arrange treatments all without leaving your home or having to pay for time off or travel. This added to their already low rates makes it the number 1 choice for many.
Many clinics don’t offer a full range of services but IVF matters have an extensive range of fertility experts to cover all but the most extreme cases. They have expert consultants in the fields of fertility, gynaecology, urology, counselling, coaching, nutrition, genetics, endocrinology and haematology so you can be sure whatever the problem they have the resources to help you.
Treatments range from the most basic changes in diet and lifestyle recommendations right through to very advanced treatments such as egg freezing and in vitro fertilisation (IVF).
Just book an appointment online and get the ball rolling, they are even offering a further discount at the moment on for first consultation so why not head over there now and see for yourself at https://www.ivfmatters.co.uk
You can also read my recent guest blog for IVF Matters right here.