What makes the difference?

We believe it is important to monitor your response regularly, to make sure you get the best treatment at the right time. The ARGC works 365 days a year, so if required, monitoring can still be undertaken on weekends, as well as on public holidays, to maximise the chances of a successful pregnancy.

During the stimulatory phase of treatment, which lasts around fourteen days, patients will frequently need to attend the ARGC, sometimes on a daily basis, either for a blood test or a scan. Instructions are given every day via a telephone call in the afternoon. Medications are often altered and dosages changed throughout the course of the treatment.

This level of monitoring is important for your personalised treatment and can make the difference between success and failure.

All ARGC clinicians have many years of clinical IVF experience. Our embryologists are highly regarded in their field and our nurses have many years of experience in IVF and associated treatments.

The Medical Director, Mr. Mohamed Taranissi, oversees all cases and reviews individual patients' results regularly.

The ARGC maintains strict quality assurances and controls throughout the centre, particularly in the operating theatre and embryology laboratory. All of our state-of-the-art equipment are proactively maintained and subjected to regular inspection.

The ARGC has pioneered a number of techniques in the UK, which have since become accepted practice. We are constantly pursuing techniques and developments to improve the chances of achieving a viable pregnancy.

We were one of the first clinics in the UK to investigate the recurrent implantation failure of embryos and the immunology of implantation. This enables us to identify and offer treatment to women suspected of suffering from this problem.