Kate

We were over the moon when I first fell pregnant just months after our wedding. Nine weeks later we were told that the baby had stopped growing at around six weeks. We were utterly devastated but remained positive that things would be successful next time. Again, I fell pregnant quickly only to be told at an early scan that the baby had stopped growing again at six seeks. At this point we were still hopeful that the miscarriages were bad luck and we must be due some good luck soon. Sadly, my third and forth pregnancies ended the same way and, after having every test available on the NHS, no reason could be found for our losses. ‘Just bad luck’ we kept being told by doctors.

My miscarriages all followed a very similar pattern and we had a feeling that something was causing them other than just bad luck. I knew that someone must be able to give me some answers and spent hours searching the internet. It was in May last year that I came across Mr Shehata’s clinic.

It was the first time in a long time we felt a glimmer of hope. Mr Shehata said he would try to find a cause for all our heartbreaking miscarriages. He quickly discovered I had a very high level of NK cells and recommended a treatment plan of steroids and intralipids. We were so relieved that finally someone could give us some answers and offer me a treatment plan.

When I became pregnant for the fifth time, we were still very anxious but had faith in Mr Shehata and the treatment I was on. I will never forget the first time he scanned me and we saw a tiny flickering heartbeat on the screen. We had never got that far with our other pregnancies so it was an amazing feeling and a huge milestone in our long journey to become parents. One positive scan was followed by another and finally we started to believe that we might actually have our long awaited baby.

I went on to have our beautiful daughter Ella in July, just over a year after I discovered Mr Shehata. Along with his fantastic team, he gave us hope and support throughout my pregnancy. I am eternally grateful to him for helping us achieve our dream of having a family.

Kate

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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

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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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