Fort the very first time in UK, women seemingly are being proffered a quick and confidential fertility service that will aid in sterilization at lunch duration.
The Cadogan Clinic proves to be one of a kind in offering the service to women the 10-minute ‘walk in, walk out’ healing method that works by obstructing the fallopian tubes without a visible scarring.
Termed as Essure, the technique can be terminated in an hour’s duration and then one can have ample amount of time off work, or even share the decision with his associate.
Martin Farrugia, a gynecologist for the clinic in Knightsbridge, explains: ‘Essure has been a popular permanent contraception option for several years through the NHS, but I’m already seeing patients who want to have the procedure at a time and place convenient to them, not when they finally reach the top of the NHS waiting list.’
The methodology is simple and needs no post-surgical pain, priced at a mere £2,700. The clinic proves to be a major breakthrough for women who seek towards the precautionary methods for their fertility, or from cultures that refuse to accept the idea of contraception.
Few of the experts, have predestined the treatment stating that the clinic is offering a platform to women to cheat on their partners.
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