Geoffrey Trew is a consultant in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery who focuses on helping couples that are having difficulties to conceive a child. He qualified at St George’s Hospital in 1984 and then went to become the lecturer at the Royal London Hospital before completing his sub-specialty training in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at the Hammersmith Hospital in 1994.
Since 1995, Mr Trew has been a consultant at the Hammersmith Hospital in London which has one of the busiest IVF units in the country. It has a reputation for taking on more complex and difficult problems – particularly patients who have been previously labelled as “poor responders”. A large amount of patients have also had multiple previous failed cycles at other units, both in the UK and overseas. Mr Trew has vast experience in treating complex surgical problems ranging from difficult endometriosis through fibroids to defects present at birth (congenital abnormalities). Mr Trew is a preceptor in key hole (laparoscopic) and complex hysteroscopic surgery as well as one of the few surgeons in Europe who still practices complex open microsurgery in the areas of tubal anastomosis and the correction of congenital abnormalities. He is one of the few surgeons recommended by the Ashermans Support Group for the surgical correction of intrauterine adhesions.
Mr Trew lectures frequently both nationally and internationally in his field and has authored over ten book chapters on reproductive surgery and assisted conception.
Fertility treatment of 'poor responders'
Multiple previous failed cycles
Keyhole surgery (laparoscopic surgery)
Open- microsurgery in the areas of tubal anastomosis
Surgery for congenital abnormalities
Surgical correction of intrauterine adhesions
MB BS 1984 University of London
Obstetrics and gynaecology From 17 Jul 1996