Some forms of medical negligence can lead to fertility issues, the hurt and anguish that you will be experiencing, as a result, will be indescribable. You may have received negligent care from the medical staff at an NHS hospital or private clinic. Alternatively, you may have been receiving fertility treatment which has not been undertaken with due care.
You may have undergone a routine operation, and as a result of surgical error and medical negligence on behalf of the surgeon or medical staff involved, you may have lost your ovaries or your fallopian tubes. You may have experienced an ectopic pregnancy, but when you were admitted to hospital, it may not have been diagnosed quick enough, leading to you having to undergo surgery and a loss of some of your reproductive organs as a result.
Perhaps, having gone through the worrying experience of IVF or other fertility treatment, you may have been the victim of a mix-up of embryos or sperm which may have occurred. Whilst thankfully a very rare occurrence, it is, unfortunately, an issue that has happened previously. Perhaps there has been a problem with the administration of drugs, or a failure to protect from or diagnose you with Ovary Hyper Stimulation Syndrome leading to injury.
If you believe you are the victim of medical negligence, this is, of course, a very difficult time for you and your partner, and the lasting effects of any fertility issues you may have received due to medical negligence may still yet to be fully realised.
At T G Baynes we are sensitive to the needs of you and your family at this tough time. We are experienced in helping victims of medical negligence to understand what went wrong during or after their surgery and how you may be able to claim the compensation you deserve as result of negligence by the hospital or clinic.
We will always listen to you and your family and we will guide you through the legal process from start to finish, providing you with the full facts of the case at all times and being on hand to provide the legal support you may need at this time.
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