Fertility Services

"You're dealing with a deep longing for a baby and don’t understand why it’s taking so long to get pregnant. Full Circle is here for you."

Fertility Services

Full Circle offers seamless care to women trying to conceive. You can see Dr Ganu for fertility investigations and advice, IVF and other assisted reproductive technologies, and all aspects of your pregnancy care. 

At Full Circle, we provide counselling, physical examination, blood tests and ultrasound scans to identify any obstacles to conceiving. Learning more about your fertility can help you conceive naturally in many cases. 

If natural conception proves difficult or is impossible for medical reasons, we shift focus, providing assisted reproductive therapy at Family Fertility Centre in Ashford where Dr Preetam Ganu works as an associate.

If you become pregnant, we will share your delight and welcome you back to Full Circle for your pregnancy care and your baby’s birth.

How do I know
if I am fertile enough to get pregnant?

Your fertility is linked to your age and your overall wellbeing. 

If you have regular periods, then your most fertile period usually falls in the middle of your cycle when you ovulate. Many pharmacies sell ovulation kits to help you know when this is happening, but you can also tell by getting to know your own body – you’ll notice that your vaginal mucus becomes thicker, and you feel more in the mood for sex. 

Having sex around the time of ovulation gives you the best chance of getting pregnant since the sperm and the egg are most likely to meet and form an embryo. 

What makes a woman more fertile?

One of the best ways to increase your fertility is to improve your overall health. That may include:

Increase your fertility

How many tries does it take to get pregnant?

Around 90% of couples [1] will conceive within a year if they’re having regular sex when the woman is ovulating. 

If you’re under 35, doctors generally will encourage you to keep trying for a year before recommending fertility investigations. If you’re over 35, your fertility is already declining, so we recommend you seek help after six months of trying to conceive. 

How many tries does it take to get pregnant

What are the main
causes of female infertility?

For a woman to get pregnant, her ovaries need to release a mature egg that travels down her fallopian tubes, is fertilised by sperm to form an embryo that enters her uterus and implants. 
Female infertility can trace back to a problem with the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus or cervix. Causes include:

How many days a month are you fertile

How many days a month are you fertile?

Only a few! You have the best chance of getting pregnant if sperm is in your fallopian tubes as you ovulate. 

There are many ovulation calendars that can help you identify your most fertile days, which are usually the three days leading up to and including ovulation.

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