[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists – Coronavirus infection and pregnancy: 2021-12-06-coronavirus-covid-19-infection-in-pregnancy-v14.2

Government guidance: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Updated advice on COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy and women who are breastfeeding: https://www.rcog.org.uk/en/news/updated-advice-on-covid-19-vaccination-in-pregnancy-and-women-who-are-breastfeeding/?utm_source=Royal%20College%20of%20Obstetricians%20and%20Gynaecologists&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=12077490_Weekly%20Member%20email%20%7C%20UK%20F%26M%20%7C%20060120&utm_content=Updated%20COVID%20advice&dm_i=15N0,76V1U,78DGYG,T4RHJ,1

Coronavirus Update

Non-pregnant women on any immune therapy should stick with the advise we have given during your consultation with regards to following the usual general PHE recommendations about social distancing, wearing a mask, washing hands, avoiding crowded places. We also advise those on prednisolone or GCSF to have a 1 month break after 4 cycles.

As per current Public Health England advice, all patients coming to a medical facility should be required to wear a face mask/covering.

We understand this must be an unsettling time for all couples who are either trying to get pregnant or those who are already pregnant, in particular if you are on medications. 

We would like to emphasise that we will try to support you as much as we can and will endeavour to respond to your queries in a timely manner. We are currently working as hard as possible despite some of our staff self-isolating. It is important to note that attending antenatal and scan appointments when you are pregnant is essential to ensure the wellbeing of pregnant women and their babies, and we would urge all pregnant women who are well, to attend their care as advised by their health professionals. 

If you have symptoms of possible coronavirus infection, you should call to defer your visit until after the isolation period is over. You should also follow NHS England advise on possible coronavirus infection or exposure by clicking on the link: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-the-public 

Kindly please be advised that all patients will be treated on a case-by-case basis.

If you have any appointment queries please contact us on office@crpclinic.co.uk and for medical queries on nurses@crpclinic.co.uk [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Clinic Fees

  • Initial consultation – £350 (a deductible £100 deposit is required to secure this appointment)
  • Follow up consultation – £200
  • Immune tests – tests range from £150 to £700 each
  • Wellbeing tests – tests range from £60 to £155 each
  • Hormonal tests – tests range from £87 to £105 each
  • Non-invasive Fetal DNA testing – £450
  • Initial scan – £235
  • 3D saline scan – £450
  • HyFosy – £475
  • 3D saline scan + Hyfosy – £625
  • Early pregnancy scans (includes consultation) – £290
  • Nuchal scan (includes blood tests) – £360
  • Anomaly scan – £360
  • Growth scans package (28, 32 and 36 weeks) – £760

    Fetal Medicine scan packages are available on request.
  • Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) – from £1893
  • Hysteroscopy – from £1300
  • Initial consultation –  £285
  • Nurse consultation – £200
  • IVF cycle –  From £3950 (excludes initial and nurse consultations medications,  pre-IVF investigation tests)

    IVF packages are available on request.
  • Initial consultation – £285
  • Nurse consultation – £200
  • IUI cycle –  From £1200 (excludes initial and nurse consultations medications,  pre-IUI investigation tests)

    IUI packages are available on request
  • Sperm DNA Integrity – £490
  • Semen Analysis – £225

Thank You!

Thank you for reaching out to us and completing the enquiry form on our website. We appreciate your interest in our services and understand the importance of this journey for you.

Our team is dedicated to providing you with the support and care you need. One of our specialists will review your enquiry and get back to you to discuss your needs and answer any questions you may have.

We look forward to assisting you and being a part of your journey towards building your family.

Professor Hassan Shehata

Professor Hassan Shehata is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, specialised in Maternal Medicine at Epsom and St. Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust. With an extensive CV, he has contributed his expertise to various hospitals within the UK, building a wealth of experience in obstetrics and gynaecology.

In addition to his diverse clinical background, Professor Shehata is the CEO and Medical Director of the CRP Clinic. He has a wealth of global health contributions including reducing medicalisation of Female Genital Mutilation. He has dedicated his professional life to investigating and treating recurrent miscarriages and addressing challenges associated with failed IVF attempts.

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