Our in-clinic group Patient Information Events are postponed until further notice due to COVID-19, however, we are holding online fertility information events, which you can read about below, and we would be happy to discuss our services, and how we can help you, in detail over the phone. Please feel free to contact your local CARE team for further information, or book a Skype consultation. We look forward to speaking with you!
Charles Chats Fertility: Sperm – Under the Microscope! Q&A with Professor Charles Kingsland and Dr Alison Campbell, Live on Instagram, 25th February 6:30pm
What does my semen analysis result mean? Sperm counts – how low is too low? What’s the difference between oligospermia and azoospermia? What can be done to help? In this second Charles Chats Fertility episode focusing on male infertility and sperm health this Thursday 25h February at 6:30pm, Professor Charles Kingsland will be joined by Dr Alison Campbell for a Live Q&A on our Instagram to answer your questions, whether medical or to do with embryology.
The best embryos for IVF success – Live Q&A with Dr Victoria Sephton and Dr Amy Barrie
How do we create and select the best embryos for IVF? We know that patients have lots of questions about how their precious embryos, so CARE Chester’s Medical Director, Dr Victoria Sephton, and the Laboratory Director of CARE Chester and CARE Liverpool, Dr Amy Barrie, were Live to answer your questions, covering embryo grading, embryo selection, tips for successful implantation and much more!
Charles Chats Fertility: All about sperm!
Up to 50% of difficulties conceiving are male-factor related, but with infertility often being seen as only a concern for women in the past, many men aren’t aware about how sperm can impact the chances of having a baby. So, Professor Charles Kingsland, our Group Clinical Director, is back to answer your questions, this time all about sperm! In this Live Q&A, Charles chatted about the different conditions that can affect sperm, how you can improve your sperm quality and quantity at home, the tests used to diagnose problems with sperm, and the laboratory techniques we can use to help you have a baby.
Starting Fertility Treatment in 2021 – Live Q&As
Thinking of starting fertility treatment? We understand you will have lots of questions about how we are keeping patients safe while continuing fertility treatment, and what patients should expect when starting IVF during 2021. In this Live Q&A series, our experts talk in detail about the impact of COVID-19 on fertility treatments, including answering your questions about COVID-19 vaccines, safety in fertility clinics, waiting times, and how your treatment might be slightly different during COVID-19.
You can find our more information about fertility treatment during COVID-19 on our IVF during the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) webpage.