What is the difference between Mild and Modified Natural cycle IVF?

A brief explanation of the differences between mild and modified natural cycle IVF.

£175 IVF method is MORE successful

It has been found that a £175 IVF method is MORE successful than the traditional method that costs thousands.

Open Day in Bristol!

On September 28th, we are holding an open day in Bristol in order to give more people an opportunity to meet us and hear about our unique expertise and services.

Incidence of pulmonary and venous thromboembolism in pregnancies after in vitro fertilisation: cross sectional study

To date about five million people have been born after in vitro fertilisation and this method is regarded as an effective and safe technique, with about a third of attempts resulting in pregnancy and a quarter in live births.

The Washington Post covers 200 Euro IVF

Scientists say test tube-babies could be made for 200 euros with a laboratory the size of a shoebox.

200 Euro IVF – A New Breakthrough

Professor Nargund's New Huffington Post blog describing a new breakthrough in making IVF treatment more accessible.

Daily Mail – No Frills IVF

Geeta Nargund - ‘There are a lot of women out there who can’t afford IVF and can’t get it on the NHS either. It is heartbreaking.’ A new IVF kit could help to change this.

Mild stimulation IVF could help to reduce complications in IVF pregnancies

A leading fertility expert is calling for greater awareness of mild-stimulation IVF following new research which reveals that extremely high oestrogen levels, brought about by over-response to stimulation in IVF, may be the underlying cause of complications in IVF pregnancies.

Extremely high oestrogen levels in IVF linked to smaller babies and increased risk of pre-eclampsia in pregnancy

Two papers published in the journal Fertility and Sterility support the hypothesis that extremely high estrogen levels at the time of embryo transfer increase the risk that infants will be born small for their gestational age and the risk of preeclampsia, a dangerous condition that can threaten the lives of both mother and child.

IVM Updates from our Scientific Director

Oocyte cryopreservation has emerged as especially important for female fertility preservation, the dramatic increase in the number of infants born from vitrified oocytes indicates that it is becoming one of the most important intervention options.

Scientific Paper – Research into the risk of venous thromboembolism

It is well known that the risk of venous thromboembolism is increased during normal pregnancy. According to data from Sweden and Norway during the early 1990s venous thromboembolism occurred in slightly more than one out of 1000 pregnant women.

One Stop Fertility Testing For Women & Men

Here at Create Health Clinic, we are proud to offer unique and reliable fertility testing 'MOT's' for both men and women. Read on to find out more info.

The Scottish Daily Mail – No frills IVF breakthrough

Hope for childless couples as revolutionary £170 method unveiled.

The Telegraph – ‘No frills’ IVF kit for £200 could be on offer to British couples within years

A "no frills" IVF kit assembled for £180 is as successful as conventional fertility techniques costing £5,000, a landmark study has found.

Free Open Days – Come & visit us this summer

We have a number of upcoming FREE open days for you to take advantage of this summer. Read on to find out when our next open day is and what

All it takes is one egg and one sperm!

I found Create to be fantastic, I loved how small and personal it was, and the 'natural' IVF approach clearly worked in our situation. We are just about to

Create Health in the news – Archived news articles

Create Health has been making and sharing the news since its inception in 2000.

Time to celebrate the success of a more natural and mild approach to IVF

Geeta Nargund: "In my work and medical research, I’ve seen an increase in the number of women actively seeking out Natural or Mild approaches as their first choice for IVF treatment."

Natural IVF in the news

Natural and Mild IVF use significantly lower levels of drugs than conventional IVF, and are considered by many to be safer and healthier for both mother and baby.

How did IVF become big business?

Professor Nargund speaks to Kate Silverton about IVF on Radio 4's You & Yours. Listen on the Radio 4 website

‘Baby Party’ a success celebrating 35th anniversary of first IVF baby

Read on to find out about our 'Baby Party' celebrating 35 years since the worlds first IVF baby was born. Find out how families shared stories and advice.

What should I do to prepare my body for pregnancy?

Trying to start a family can be a challenge, and many women want to know all the facts to give themselves the best chance of conception and give their baby the best start in life.

How many appointments will I need?

Create Health's lead fertility nurse Freda Cuffe explains how we calculate how many appointments are needed for a cycle of Natural Cycle IVF.

Can High Blood Pressure Stop You Having a Baby? – Huffington Post

As with a lot of fertility issues, there are a lot of myths and a lot of rumours about high blood pressure in pregnancy. As a scientist, a doctor, and a mother, I firmly believe that all women have a right to know the facts about their fertility, health and well-being.

Natural & Sophisticated Woman’s Fertility Testing

Fertility testing is becoming ever important as we continue to develop Natural and Mild IVF approaches.Read on to find out about our one-stop-fertilitytesting.

Can Natural IVF Treatment Help Low Egg Reserve?

Low egg reserve is something that many older women may have to face. So how can natural IVF treatment help? Be sure to read on to find out more information.

Tribute to Nobel Laureate, Professor Sir Robert Edwards CBE

Professor Sir Robert Edwards and Patrick Steptoe pioneered IVF treatment and were committed to the ideals of “Natural/Mild IVF and IVM” and the long-term safety in IVF.

Never Say Never

Successful IVF for a 47 year old woman using her own eggs.

A baby with Create Health after 10 unsuccessful cycles elsewhere

We approached CREATE in November 2011. This was after undergoing 10 cycles of traditional treatment at two top tier London clinics, all of which did not result in implantation. One

Leading fertility expert calls for National Tariff on IVF

Capping the total cost of an IVF cycle could help more women have access to fertility treatments, says a leading expert. Dr Geeta Nargund, Medical Director at Create Health, believes setting a national tariff for all IVF treatments would encourage best practice amongst both public and private sectors, as well as reduce costs.

Our Medical Director’s latest editorial from the scientific journal

ISMAAR: Leading the global agenda for a more physiological, patient-centred, accessible and safer approaches in ART