We are the largest provider of private male fertility testing in the South East, and work with numerous prominent fertility professionals. Traditional treatment focuses on the female partner, we believe that equal attention should be given to investigating and treating the Male! We provide a simple accessible diagnostic test based on a high-quality interpretation of a sperm sample. It maybe difficult to appreciate just how effective such a simple intervention can be but when results are correctly interpreted by experienced staff this can save you precious time and expense.
Claire is a consultant embryologist with over 24 years experience in assisted conception and is our medical director at fertility solutions. She has worked and trained in some of the most successful IVF units in the world. Claire specialises in Male fertility and believes that in an assisted conception industry that focuses heavily on the female partner it is now essenitial to turn our attention to the male partner. Claire set up fertility solutions with Mr Ramsay to provide Men with a facility first to test but ultimately then improve their fertility to increase the chances of a natural conception and also if necessary to improve the outcomes of Assisted conception (IVF).
I have been a Consultant Urologist at Hammersmith, Charing Cross and Chelsea & Westminster Hospitals since 1988. I work closely with the fertility units, both at Hammersmith and Chelsea, and am also a visiting urologist to fertility clinics in Bucks, Sussex, and Central london. Research interests and publications include methods and outcomes of sperm retrieval, vasectomy reversal and the genetic causes of infertility. Men with presumed fertility problems require individual care, diagnosis and advice, otherwise they feel abandoned by the doctors who can do so much for their partners, and sometimes they feel guilty that there seems to be so little they can do to help the situation. My practice in men’s fertility aims to answer three important questions. Firstly, is there a ‘male factor’ problem? Secondly, can we diagnose a cause? Thirdly, can we offer straight-forward (evidence-based) treatment? We would normally aim to answer these questions in 2 or 3 consultations.
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Erica holds a BSc in Molecular Genetics, an MSc in Human Reproduction and the ACE Certificate in Clinical Embryology. Having worked in reproductive science for 8 years, she has helped countless people build their families. Erica is currently setting up a new donor sperm bank within a large NHS Hospital in North London. She also works part-time as an embryologist in one of London’s largest and most successful private IVF clinics.
Mr Jas Kalsi is a fully accredited Consultant Urological surgeon and Andrologist, has specialist registration with the General Medical Council (GMC) and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in Urological Surgery (FRCS (Urol)). He is a full member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) and the European Association of Urology (EAU).
Mr Kalsi currently works at Imperial College Healthcare in London and Frimley Health as a Consultant Urological surgeon and is an international expert in male infertility, male sexual and genital conditions (andrology) and is a specialist in the use of microsurgery (vas reversal, varicocele and sperm retrieval).
Mr Kalsi’s approach to problem solving is sensitive and friendly. He is highly skilled at performing microsurgical sperm retrieval from either the epididymis (MESA) or from the testis (m-TESE). His meticulous microsurgical technique results in successful sperm retrieval in a high number of cases even when there has been previous failed surgery elsewhere. He is among a very limited group of micro surgeons in the UK who can perform the newer technique of sperm retrieval from the testes called micro-dissection TESE (m-TESE) which results in a higher success rate of positive sperm retrieval whilst minimizing the amount of tissue taken and potentially damage to the testis.
Mr Kalsi graduated from from University College and Middlesex School of Medicine with Honours. He completed his Urology training on the Imperial higher surgical scheme in London and completed his Fellowship in Andrology and Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at The Institute of Urology, University College London.
He has also authored several peer reviewed journal articles and several chapters regarding treatments for male infertility. He is also a media spokesperson on male health issues including male sexual dysfunction and infertility.
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