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We would love to understand your fertility journey and how we can help. If you are a new patient please book at 15-minute, commitment-free call with a member of our patient care team.Book now
Fertility care that puts you first
At Bridge Clinic London, we put the patient at the heart of everything that we do by creating a supportive standard of care that fosters trust and confidence.Learn more
Treatments & Services
Bridge Clinic London offers a range of fertility treatments and our doors are open to everyone who wants to bring a new life into the world.
Understand the various factors that may affect your chances of getting pregnant so that you can choose the right fertility treatment.
Preserving eggs or sperm for a future date gives you the peace of mind that you can still conceive when you are ready to start a family.
Make use of our donor services to start your family, with step-by-step guidance through the decision-making and legal processes.
Expert Guidance & Care
Dr Goncikowska is an expert in reproductive medicine with over 20 years of experience. She is passionate in helping people with fertility issues and has an extensive knowledge of the various treatments that are available within this field.
Dr Ewa Goncikowska
Specialist in Reproductive Medicine
About Bridge Clinic London
Central location near King’s Cross Station
(7-11 Chalton Street) and number 15 Chalton Street.
1-5 Christopher Place, Chalton St, London NW1 1JF, United Kingdom
020 3314 8386
Infertility is not necessarily a lifelong condition. For men, treatments to address male infertility factors may include a round of antibiotics to treat infection, in vitro fertilisation (IVF) surgery to improve sperm delivery (intracytoplasmic sperm injection, or ICSI), or dietary and lifestyle changes to improve the quality of sperm.Read more
In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)
During in vitro fertilisation (IVF), eggs and sperm are put in the ideal environment for fertilisation. The treatment often leads to a viable pregnancy, and allows people who would otherwise struggle to conceive to raise a family.Read more
When same-sex female couples want to start a family, shared motherhood offers them a path to do so. In this treatment, one female donates eggs (biological parent), and they are fertilised using a donor's sperm. Viable embryos are then implanted in the other female's womb (gestational parent).Read more
Egg freezing may be considered for both social and medical reasons. For example, a patient may wish to preserve their fertility as starting a family is not a current consideration or because they are going to undertake some medical treatment which might impact their fertility in the future.Read more
Sperm freezing may be considered for both social and medical reasons. For example, patients may wish to preserve their fertility ahead of medical treatment, which may impact their fertility, such as chemotherapy.Read more
Every treatment at Bridge Clinic begins with a conversation. We offer both face-to-face and virtual consultations to help you on your journey.Read more