Looking for fertility advice and treatment at a cutting-edge IVF clinic? Wanstead residents should visit us at Simply Fertility, where we promise to treat you as an individual, never a number.
We firmly believe that fertility awareness, diagnosis, and treatment should be available to everyone. That’s why we’ve developed competitive, inclusive, and successful packages to suit the requirements of all patients.
No matter your situation, Simply Fertility will work closely with you to understand the issues you have been experiencing and come up with the most appropriate course of action.
To book an informal visit to our IVF clinic, Wanstead residents should get in touch on 01245 201 544. You can also fill out our online enquiry form to receive a call back.
A typical IVF journey, whether it is for the first time or trying again, can also be called a ‘stimulated cycle’. This is because your treatment will involve taking drugs that stimulate your body so we can collect a number of eggs for fertilisation.
Your eggs will be combined with sperm in a laboratory incubator and be left for three to five days. One or two of the resulting embryos are transferred to the woman’s uterus through the cervix and hopefully develop as normal.
Our advanced Embryoscope Plus incubator allows your embryos to be developed in optimum conditions without disturbance. They’ll be checked on regularly by our embryologists through cameras and time-lapse technology.
Wanstead is part of the London Borough of Redbridge with a popular of close to 12,000 according to the 2011 Census.
The town has a largely suburban feel, containing open grasslands such as Wanstead Flats, and the woodland of Wanstead Park, part of Epping Forest.
Primary schools in Wanstead include Wanstead Church School, Our Lady of Lourdes, Aldersbrook, and St. Joseph’s Convent School, which is an all-girls private school. Its also home to a large comprehensive – Wanstead High School.
The nearest London Underground stations are Snaresbrook and Wanstead on the Central line. The nearest railway stations are Leytonstone High Road and Wood Street, the latter goes to London Liverpool Street station on the Lea Valley Lines route.