Christmas Opening Hours

Monday 23rd December – 9am until 5pm

Tuesday 24th December – 9am until 1pm

Wednesday 25th December – Closed

Thursday 26th December – Closed

Friday 27th December – 9am until 5pm

Saturday 28th December – Closed

Sunday 29th December – Closed

Monday 30th December – 9am until 5pm

Tuesday 31st December – 9am until 1pm

Wednesday 1st January – Closed

Thursday 2nd January – 9am until 5pm

Friday 3rd January – 9am until 5pm

Saturday 4th January – 9am until 1pm

Sunday 5th January – Closed

Monday 6th January – Normal service resumes

Chromosomes contain the genetic information that makes us. Our cells normally contain 23 pairs of chromosomes – 46 in total – which are divided so that the eggs and sperm contain 23 single chromosomes each.

If a semen analysis results show that you have no sperm seen in the ejaculate, or if very few are present, or if there is a history of recurrent miscarriages, we may suggest a karyotype test on a blood sample looking at the number of chromosomes contained in the body. This is done to hopefully rule out any chromosomal defects which account for the above.