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Fertility Centre waiting area

Private Fertility Treatment

We are able to offer private fertility treatment for those patients unable to access NHS funding 

Appointments are at the Leicester Fertility Centre within the Leicester Royal Infirmary

We have three consultants who each offer a choice of appointments

Miss Neelam Potdar

Monday 1.00pm - 4.00pm                          

Friday 9am - 11am                    

Saturday 8.30am - 9.30am

Mr T Girish

Wednesday 9.00am - 11.30am     

Saturday 8.30am - 9.30am

Mr Tarek Gelbaya

Tuesday 9.00am - 10.30am and 1.30pm - 3.30pm  

Saturday 8.30am - 9.30am

 

If you require an urgent consultation, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team who will be able to assist you.

Please contact the centre on 0116 2585922 or email info@leicesterfertilitycentre.org.uk to check availability.

The Centre is open from 08.30- 17.00 (Monday- Friday) to answer all enquiries. Out of hours there is an answerphone facility. Please leave your details, and we will respond the following working day.


 Understanding fertility health

If you’ve been having regular sex for a year or longer without conceiving, or for six months if you’re over 35, you may consider having your fertility health checked.

Or if you have any medical problems or are taking any medication that might affect your fertility you should also consider checking your fertility health.

Even if you are not currently trying for a baby you may be wondering, or have concerns about your fertility health. There are various screening tests that can be done to evaluate fertility for both women and men.

If you’ve any worries about your fertility health or you’re simply looking for reassurance that everything’s okay, a fertility assessment is right for you. Find out more about what’s involved for men or for women, or to book an appointment, contact us.


Our Mission

To provide a high quality, efficient and effective service, individually tailored to patient needs, to be delivered by a dedicated team of multidisciplinary professionals.

To inform couples of all the options open to them.

To give full support and counselling.

To treat efficiently and to use the most effective available treatments.

To ensure that each individual has the opportunity of trying everything that is reasonable in their attempt to have a baby.

To do everything possible to help those couples, who have not succeeded in achieving their desire to have a baby, to come to terms with their infertility.