For fertility diagnosis and treatment at a leading IVF clinic, Cheshunt residents should get in touch with us. We provide a full range of fertility assessment packages and treatment options to make your dreams of starting a family come true.
Simply Fertility will take the time to identify the issues affecting you and put together a plan of action on how to resolve them. We promise to treat you as an individual, not a number.
We also firmly believe that fertility awareness, diagnosis, and treatment should be easily accessible to all, from newly weds to same-sex couples and everyone in-between.
To book an informal visit to our IVF clinic, Cheshunt residents should get in touch on 01245 201 544. You can also fill out our online enquiry form to receive a call back.
In-Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) treatment involves the fertilisation of eggs with sperm in a laboratory incubator. But because IVF treatment requires more eggs than in a natural cycle, the ovaries need stimulating through drug treatment.
The resulting embryos are removed from the incubator after three to five days and then transferred to the woman’s uterus through the cervix. The hope is they will develop as they would in a normal pregnancy.
Thanks to our Embryoscope Plus incubator, your embryos can develop in optimum conditions without disturbance. Our embryologists will continually check on their progress through cameras and time-lapse technology.
Cheshunt is a town in the Borough of Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, lying entirely within the London Metropolitan Area and Greater London Urban Area. According to the United Kingdom’s 2001 Census, Cheshunt has a population of around 52,000.
Delamare Road in Cheshunt used to be home to several high-profile companies. Up until 2015, it was the location of Tesco’s headquarters, while in 1959 Colin Chapman moved his fledgling Lotus group of companies there to a purpose-built facility before relocating to Norfolk in 1966.
Today, many local businesses are situated in the Old Pond area in the centre of Cheshunt, with roads leading to the M25, A10 and towards Broxbourne.