Compare 5 fertility clinics in Birmingham

There are [5] fertility centers in Birmingham with different treatment pricings and IVF packages. The IVF clinics in Birmingham offer a wide range of services such as the hysterosalpingogram, semen analysis, fertility medications, intrauterine insemination, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and screening, elective egg freezing, gestational surrogacy, LGBT family planning and other forms of therapy and treatment.

27 Highfield Rd, B15 3DP Birmingham, United Kingdom

0800 564 2270

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Tamworth House, Ventura Park Rd, B78 3HL Tamworth, United Kingdom

0800 564 2270

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6270 Bishops Court, Solihull Parkway, B37 7YB Birmingham, United Kingdom

01212 729 515

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St. Jude's Women's Hospital 263 Penn Road, Penn, WV4 5SF Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

01902 620 831

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Priory Rd, B5 7UG Edgbaston, United Kingdom

0808 274 3650

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Quick info - UK fertility treatment costs in 2022:

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General Information

Birmingham is a city and district in the metropolitan county of the West Midlands. Its importance is generally considered the second capital (after London) of Great Britain. The city gained prominence as a driving force of the Industrial Revolution in Great Britain. This fact was reflected in the naming of the city as a factory of the world or a city of thousands of crafts.


There are written documents about Birmingham dating back 1,000 years. During that time, he grew from an Anglo-Saxon agricultural village to a large industrial and commercial center. The area around Birmingham was inhabited during the reign of the Romans, who built a fortress here and led several military roads. In the Middle Ages there was an Anglo-Saxon village. It was first recorded in writing in the Domesday Book in 1086, as a small village valued at 20 shillings.

During the Industrial Revolution, Birmingham grew into a major industrial center. Unlike many other English cities such as Manchester, industrial production in Birmingham was concentrated in many small workshops rather than large factories.

The transformation of the city from an original industrial center to a center of tourism and services is best illustrated by the fact that in 1998 it hosted the first G8 summit.

Birmingham - Quick guide

Birmingham is located not far west of the geographical center of England in an area reaching a height of 150 to 200 m above sea level. The main watershed in the north-south direction of Great Britain passes through the city. The Severn and Trent watersheds run in the Perry Barr and Erdington areas of Birmingham.

Birmingham has recently been hit by several tornadoes, most recently in 2005. On the southern and western outskirts of the city are the hills Lickey Hills, Clent Hills and Walton Hill reaching an altitude of 315 m and from them there is a good view of Birmingham. Part of the city center is located on a limestone ridge. The highest point of the city is located on Broad Street.

Interesting facts

The Cricket Club has existed in Birmingham since 1745. Today, the town is home to the Warwickshire County Cricket Club, which plays on Edgbaston.

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