Free consultation with a fertility nurse

If you are concerned that you might have a condition such as polycystic ovary syndrome or just want to learn more about your fertility, then getting good, personalised advice is vital. A consultation with a fertility nurse specialist to talk about your concerns and medical history will put you on the right path.

Research by Bourn Hall shows that many people find it difficult to discuss infertility with their GP and are often told that nothing can be done until they have been trying for a baby for three years.

At Bourn Hall, this doesn’t need to be the case. With fertility issues, every month counts. After all, there are only 12 chances to become pregnant each year.

Please note that during the COVID-19 crisis, consultations will be virtual – by telephone or online in a secure environment.

What does the free fertility advice involve?

Before the consultation, you will need to complete a questionnaire about your health, family medical history, lifestyle, and so on. This helps to make the 30-minute consultation with the fertility nurse specialist more productive.

The tailored advice will include ways to boost your natural fertility, recommendations for tests and an explanation of what the results will reveal, and discussion of the possible treatment options relevant to you.

From this consultation, you will be in a stronger position to decide on your next steps. We might simply give you reassurance by offering suggestions on how to improve your fertility fitness to allow you to try naturally for longer. We might suggest you have tests to check sperm count and ovulation – common reasons for infertility. It could be that there are a number of other tests or options applicable for you.

Whatever is suggested, the advice will be appropriate to you and your circumstances.

Still wondering about your fertility? Get expert advice

You may not be trying for a baby at the moment but might like to understand the current status of your reproductive health and benefit from free fertility advice. Simply get in touch to arrange your consultation.

To enquire about or to book a nurse consultation, please complete the enquiry form and we will be in-touch.