Intralipids Therapy Treatment To Help In IVF

Intralipids Treatment | About Our Team

Mr. R. Gazvani | MD, FRCOG Consultant Gynaecologist Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery

Mr. R. Gazvani, MD, FRCOG Consultant Gynaecologist Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and SurgeryMr Gazvani is a Consultant Gynaecologist, Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery works in a teaching hospital in Liverpool. He is the Research and Development Lead in the Directorate of Reproductive Medicine. He is also a Director of The Fertility Clinic.

Mr. Gazvani is a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and recognized as a National Expert in the fields of Infertility and Endometriosis.

 

 

Miss Jemma | Hand Practice Manager

Miss Jemma HandJemma has extensive experience in front line services. She became a Medical Secretary in 2005 and has been working in the field of Reproductive Medicine over the last six years. Jemma has a thorough understanding of the issues related to fertility, IVF, PGD and egg donation. She leads the UK admin team and provides a vital link between the patients and the rest of our staff.

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How do the intralipids work?

How do the intralipids work 2

Intralipids have been shown to lower the activity of the NK cells component of our immune system. Studies have found that intralipids can help to regulate the NK cells, allowing the embryo to implant on the uterine wall and grow normally.

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Intralipids In IVF ?

Intralipids In IVF

Intralipids have a suppressive action on certain components of the mother's immune system, essentially safeguarding the embryo from the immune reactions which might otherwise result in implantation failure.

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Natural Killer Cell Testing

Natural Killer Cell Testing

There is evidence to suggest that Natural Killer Cells in the blood of some women could be contributing to miscarriage. We have developed an accurate method of testing the number and the activity of blood and uterine NK cells.

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