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The Centre of Reproductive Medicine provides Assisted Conception Services in line with the Commissioning Policy produced by NHS Warwickshire and NHS Coventry.

We offer a comprehensive and growing range of diagnostic and treatment services for infertile couples.

Subfertility is defined as an inability to conceive after one year of unprotected sexual intercourse. Approximately 1 in 6 couples in the UK will experience involuntary subfertility at some stage during their lives. The highest chance of conceiving is in the first 12 months and overall 84 % of couples will have conceived during this first year. Half of the remainder will have conceived by 2 years, this results in 92% of couples conceiving within 2 years.

The normal practice is for GPs to refer a couple after a year of trying to conceive. Earlier referral is recommended for women who are aged 35 or above, or if a woman has any health problem or medical history which might affect their fertility such as previous pelvic surgery, pelvic infection or irregular periods. Similarly, if the man is known to have had a problem with his previous semen analysis or has a testicle probelm he should be referred for a semen analysis (sperm test) without delay.

Here at the Centre for Reproductive Medicine we provide complete diagnostic investigations and treatments of both male and female infertility. Treatments include all methods of ovulation induction, artitifical insemination, intrauterine insemination, tubal surgery, surgical sperm retrieval, egg sharing, surgical treatment of endometriosis and fibroids, as well as the more complex methods of assisted conception such as IVF and ICSI.