Miss Nataly Atalla

Consultant Gynaecologist

MRCOG MD

Specialty Gynaecology

Special interests All assisted conception aspects: IUI, IVF, egg freezing specialised in reproductive immunology & genetics for management of recurrent implantation failure & recurrent miscarriage. 3D gynae scans. Abnormal periods or bleeding. Menopausal & sexual problems

About

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    Miss Nataly Atalla is a Consultant Gynaecologist specialising in Infertility and Assisted Conception with a special interest in the investigation and management of reproductive immunology problems, blood disorders and recurrent miscarriage. She has been practising Gynaecology and Reproductive Medicine both within the NHS and with some of the most respected private Assisted Conception units in the UK, including St Bartholomew’s Centre for Reproductive Medicine, The Lister Fertility Clinic, Bourn Hall, The Assisted Reproduction and Gynaecology Centre, The London Women’s Clinic, and The Bridge Centre. She is also CCT accredited and is a member and recognised trainer of the British Fertility Society.

    As a Consultant Gynaecologist specialising in Infertility and Assisted Conception, Miss Atalla is skilled in all assisted conception and IVF techniques including egg freezing, management of recurrent implantation failure, recurrent miscarriage and reproductive immunology. She is an expert in genetics linked assisted conception including pre-implantation genetic embryo diagnosis and screening.

    Miss Atalla offers advice on gynaecological problems such as pelvic pain, pelvic infection, abnormal or irregular periods, abnormal bleeding, conception, early pregnancy checks, recurrent miscarriage, menopausal hormonal problems, and sexual problems such as painful sex or bleeding with or after sex.

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    All assisted conception aspects: IUI, IVF, egg freezing specialised in reproductive immunology & genetics for management of recurrent implantation failure & recurrent miscarriage. 3D gynae scans. Abnormal periods or bleeding. Menopausal & sexual problems

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