Regency International Clinic in North London carries on being promising to be a one-stop shop for a range of diagnostic services for men and women.
Regency International Clinic in North London carries on being promising to be a one-stop shop for a range of diagnostic services for men and women. Regency International Clinic in Nile Street, Islington, specialises in a range of treatments including infertility and sexual dysfunction with now a brand new treatment to make easier for women to have a baby.
Regency International Clinic is now proud to be one of the few centres in the world offering the technique of Trans Cervical Tubal Catheterisation (TCTC) to unblock fallopian tubes or reverse tubal blockage. It is done using a catheter – the procedure was developed from treatment used for patients with angina (blocked coronary arteries). Before tubal catheterisation began in 1997, many patients’ main hope for conception was through IVF. Now this method is successful in 80-90% of cases. Blocked Fallopian Tubes – Causes
Why choose Fallopian Tube Catheterisation (TCTC)?
Once your tubes are clear you can try to get pregnant every month. There are no repeated costs, as with IVF, so you have more chances for less expense. We believe patients deserve choice and we keep the cost of our procedure down so you can look into it as a genuine alternative which is (TCTC) to unblock fallopian tubes.
TCTC is an outpatient procedure performed under local anaesthetic while the patient watches on a monitor. The catheter passes through the tubal canal – about 1mm in diameter – near the cervix (neck of the womb). The patient experiences a tingling feeling and the whole operation takes 20-40 minutes.
If you have blocked fallopian tubes, TCTC could help you. If you require further information on fees and treatment, Regency International Clinic is just a call away.
Regency International Clinic
72 Nile Street
Opp. Moorfield Eye Hospital
London N1 7SR
Phone: +44 207 490 0550 / 0505