Manchester Open Evenings
Clinic open evenings postponed
The safety and well-being of both our patients and staff is our main priority, and based on the latest Government and Public Health England guidelines around social gatherings, we have made the decision to cancel our current diary of open evenings. We apologise for any inconvenience caused but we're sure you can appreciate and understand this decision.
However, we still want to share with you the benefits of treatment with CREATE Fertility and our approach to Mild and Natural IVF, so we have organised weekly webinars hosted by our Founder and Medical Director, Professor Nargund. These will take place at 6pm on Tuesdays and will allow you to learn about CREATE Fertility and ask any questions from the comfort of your home.
Why join our webinar?
Our webinars are designed to give you all the information you need, that's why they're always led by a fertility consultant. You'll learn more about:
- Our Natural, Safe and Ethical approach to fertility treatment
- Why Mild & Natural IVF should be your first choice
- The different types of fertility services we offer
- What your treatment journey with us looks like
- Our success rates
- What happens at an Initial Consultation
- Your next steps
After the event you will have the opportunity to book your virtual consultation with one of our experienced fertility consultants to discuss your individual circumstances and how we can help you.
Professor Geeta Nargund is a Senior Consultant Gynaecologist and Lead Consultant for Reproductive Medicine services at St George’s Hospital, London.
Professor Nargund has published more than 60 peer-reviewed scientific papers including abstracts and also several book chapters in the field of reproductive medicine.
She is a pioneer in the field of Natural and Mild IVF and Advanced Ultrasound Technology in Reproductive Medicine, and is an accredited trainer for Infertility and Gynaecological Ultrasound special skills modules by the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RCOG) London and British Fertility Society (BFS).
Professor Nargund pioneered the use of follicular Doppler in assessing “Egg quality” in humans. She also published the first scientific paper on “Cumulative live birth rates with Natural cycle IVF”.
She is a co-author of the scientific paper on the innovative Simplified Culture System, which allows IVF to be performed without the need for a conventional laboratory. This scientific paper won the 'Robert Edwards Prize' for the best paper of the year in RBMonline in 2014.
Professor Geeta Nargund is also the Co-Editor-In Chief of The European Scientific Journal, Facts, Views and Vision in OBGYN and is on the International Editorial Board of the Scientific journal, The Journal of Human Reproductive Sciences.
Professor Nargund is the President of the International Society for Mild Approaches in Assisted Reproduction (ISMAAR), a UK registered charity. Through her leading role, she has been the voice for women’s choice, health and education in the field of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) globally. She promotes safer, less-drug-orientated and accessible ART.
Professor Nargund was also a member of the WHO (World Health Organisation) expert sub-group on infertility guidelines. She is a member of the steering committee of the Special Task Force on “infertility in developing countries” set up by the European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE), and was the Chair of the ESHRE Special Task Force on “Mild ART”. She is a regular invited speaker at national & international scientific conferences.
Professor Geeta Nargund is a visiting professor at various universities; Hasselt University, Medical Faculty (working at Genk University Hospital), Belgium; St Marco University Lima (oldest university in Latin America) and SDM Medical College, India, and has also been a senior governor of primary and secondary state schools in south London.
She is actively involved in research into making IVF more natural, accessible and safer for women and children. She is the Chief Executive of the UK National charity, Create Health Foundation. This Charity funds and supports women’s health education in the UK and in Africa.
Professor Nargund is a regular speaker at Westminster Health Seminars on Health and Social care in the UK. She has also been an invited speaker at the women’s health conference along with the members of UN and also at a European Women’s conference on “Female Quality of life in the developed World”.
She appears in Tatler’s Doctors Guide for 2013 and is also an associate member of Guild of Health Writers UK. She cares deeply about and has been actively involved in charities promoting education, women’s health and development, equality and social mobility in the last 15 years.
Selected associated activity:
MD, PhD, MRCOG
Dr Nafee graduated from the Faculty of Medicine Alexandria University of Egypt in 1994.
He completed his basic training in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and specialized training in Reproductive Medicine, while simultaneously researching ovulation and polycystic ovaries. He was awarded a Doctorate degree MD in 2010 for his work and attained the position of a clinical lecturer.
Dr Nafee then moved to the UK, achieved membership of the Royal college of Obstetricians and Gynecologists MRCOG in 2008, and focused on the study of genomics and epigenetics. Dr Nafee was awarded his second Doctorate degree PhD from the University of Sheffield in 2016 for his work on microRNAs in embryo – endometrial communication at the time of embryo implantation. His special clinical interests include assisted conception, implantation failure, ovulation abnormalities and advanced reproductive ultrasonography.
Dr Yazan Abdallah is a consultant gynaecologist and subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery. He is skilled in female and male fertility treatments including assisted conception (IVF), reproductive endocrinology, fertility preservation in cancer survivors, growth and disorders of sexual development, genetics and ultrasound. He is also experienced in reproductive minimal access surgeries including hysteroscopy and laparoscopy.
He previously trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the North West Thames London Deanery and attained his membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG). He then completed his subspecialist training at St Mary’s Hospital in Manchester.
He has a PhD from Imperial College London where he is currently an Honorary Clinical Lecturer. The research he carried out introduced safer new practice in the diagnosis of miscarriage in UK in internationally in 2011. He also researched uterine blood flow in relation to endometrial receptivity. also collaborated with the IOTA group focusing on the use of ultrasound in the diagnosis of ovarian masses.
Lamiya Mohiyiddeen is a consultant gynaecologist and subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery. She has been a consultant in Reproductive Medicine and Gynaecology at St.Mary’s hospital since 2013. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester.
Lamiya graduated from Manipal Academy of Higher Education in India in 2000. She has since completed her specialist training in obstetrics and gynaecology from the Northwestern Deanery, followed by subspecialist training in Reproductive Medicine at St.Mary’s hospital, Manchester. She completed her MD from the University of Manchester in 2013, researching in pharmacogenetics of patients undergoing IVF treatment.
She is a member of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and other societies including British Fertility Society (BFS) and European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE).
Lamiya has clinical interests in the management of subfertility, assisted reproduction, outpatient hysteroscopy, hysteroscopic management of uterine anomalies and recurrent miscarriage. She is the lead for the recurrent miscarriage service at St.Mary’s hospital.
Lamiya is the founder and convener of North of England Reproductive Medicine Group (NOERG) meetings. She has published widely both in journals and books. She has also recently jointly secured NIHR grant for endometrial scratch study. Her current research focuses on recurrent implantation failure, recurrent miscarriage and pharmacogenetics of IVF patients.