I’m having trouble getting pregnant…
I know I need Fertility Treatment
I need to use donor sperm / eggs / surrogate or wish to egg-share or be a donor
I want to preserve my fertility
Fertility MOT is a series of simple tests for you, and your partner, which will give you an indication of your fertility status. Tests include semen analysis and ovarian reserve.
Mini MOT A less in-depth fertility analysis compared to our full Fertility MOT, which can be performed either individually or with your partner. Includes ovarian reserve and semen analysis.
IVF In Vitro Fertilisation - is when your eggs are retrieved and fertilised in a laboratory with semen from your partner or a donor. IVF helps you if you have damaged or blocked fallopian tubes.
ICSI Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) gives hope to people who have a sperm problem but who want to use their own sperm to have a baby. ICSI is used when the fertility problem is a result of sperm disorders.
IUI Intrauterine Insemination is a useful treatment if you have ovulation problems or unexplained infertility. Your partner’s sperm is inserted directly into your uterus closer to the egg so fertilisation can occur.
Induction of Ovulation is where we stimulate your ovaries to produce an egg. Induction of ovulation helps if you are failing to ovulate, but you have normal fallopian tubes and your partner’s sperm is normal.
Egg Sharing If you need IVF and you’re willing to donate half of your eggs to other infertile women, in return you will get a cycle of IVF/ICSI with us for £850, inclusive of the necessary drugs and screening. You must be aged between 18 and 35 to be an egg-sharer.
Donor Sperm Insemination (DI) is intrauterine insemination (IUI) using donor sperm. Donor insemination may be recommended if your partner has no sperm or a very low sperm count, if you’re a single woman or are in a same-sex female relationship.
IVF with donor eggs You may need IVF with a donor egg if the likely success rate from your own eggs is too low due to your age, you’re not producing eggs anymore, you’ve had previous medical treatment or conditions such as premature menopause or ovarian failure.
Surrogacy We can help counsel and advise you if you need a surrogate to have a baby. We have many years experience in helping couples through this complex treatment.
Sperm Donor If you’re aged between 18 and 41 and are of good health with no serious medical conditions in your family history, you could be a sperm donor. Donors receive £35 compensation per visit to our clinic.
Egg Donors To be an egg donor with us you must be between the ages of 18 and 35, and have no serious medical conditions in your family. Egg donors receive £750 compensation per cycle.
Sperm Freezing Sperm freezing can help you preserve your fertility, if you are about to undergo medical treatment which could affect your fertility, or prior to a vasectomy.
Egg Freezing Freezing your eggs may be a good option for you if you wish to have children later in life, or you are about to undergo medical treatment which could affect your fertility.