What Is Fertility Treatment?
Fertility treatment is a medical treatment or procedure that a person undergoes to increase their chances of having a baby. If you are struggling or unable to conceive a baby naturally, there are plenty of effective and safe fertility treatment options available to you, including IVF, IUI, surrogacy, and more.
After a consultation, fertility assessment or fertility investigation, your consultant will help you understand if there are any specific factors affecting your chances of conceiving a child. Using this information, your consultant will advise on the best fertility treatment option to maximise your likelihood of having a baby.
The Centre for Reproductive and Genetic Health offers a range of advanced fertility treatment options for women and men, with outstanding success rates. With over three decades of experience, our treatments have helped thousands of patients achieve their dream of growing their family.
Fertility Treatment Options
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Egg Donor RecipientsFind Out More
In vitro fertilisation (IVF)Find Out More
IVF with Donor EggsFind Out More
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IVF with Donor SpermFind Out More
Recurrent miscarriageFind Out More
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Shared ParenthoodFind Out More
SurrogacyFind Out More
In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) is one of the most popular and successful fertility treatment options. We’ll combine the eggs and sperm in our laboratory to create an embryo, nurturing it for five or six days before transfer into the womb. The embryo should continue to develop in the womb over nine months, just like a natural pregnancy.Learn more about IVF
IVF with Donor Eggs
Using donor eggs during your IVF treatment may be recommended if you have underlying health conditions, a history of fertility challenges, or are in a same-sex relationship.Learn more here
IVF with Donor Sperm
Using donor sperm during IVF is a popular option for single women who want to start a family on their own, LGBTQ+ couples, or heterosexual couples where the male partner has low-quality sperm.Learn more here
IVF with ICSI
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) may be used during IVF if the sperm is of a low quality or has poor mobility. ICSI involves injecting the sperm into the egg itself, rather than allowing them to combine naturally in the laboratory.Learn about IVF with ICSI
IVF with IMSI
Intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection (IMSI) is another advanced technique used in IVF. The sperm is analysed with a powerful magnification to choose the best size and shape for fertilisation.Learn about IVF with IMSI
Shared Motherhood is an effective fertility treatment option for lesbian patients, allowing both partners to be completely involved in the process of growing a family. This type of IVF involves one partner using their eggs to create the embryo, while the other partner carries the embryo for the remainder of the pregnancy.Learn more here
When miscarriage occurs three or more times, it is known as recurrent miscarriage. Our Recurrent Miscarriage Clinic works hard to understand the causes of recurrent miscarriage with advanced investigations and analysis, so we can take every step possible to help you achieve a successful pregnancy.Learn about here
The surrogacy process uses a ‘surrogate’ to carry the pregnancy on behalf of the ‘Intended Parent(s)’ (IPs). Surrogacy can be an effective solution for many people, including gay or transgender patients, solo parents, and heterosexual couples who have struggled with fertility or pregnancy. Our specialist Surrogacy Co-ordinators work with our IPs, consultants, nurses and counsellors to ensure the process is as smooth as possible.Learn more about Surrogacy
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), also known as artificial insemination, is a type of fertility treatment that is quicker and less invasive than IVF. The concentrated sperm of a partner or sperm donor is deposited directly into the womb, creating the optimal environment for conception.Learn more about IUI
Starting Your Fertility Journey
No matter where you are in your fertility journey, our specialist consultants are here to help you understand which treatment options are right for you. Explore our treatment options below to learn more about the process involved in starting a family of your own.Find My Journey
Fertility Treatment Options and Cost
The cost of fertility treatment varies based on what type of fertility journey you are on and the treatment you choose to proceed with. As a result, every patient receives tailored costing before starting treatment. Treatment costs can include consultations, investigations, treatment cycles and medication. You may also need to pay for donated sperm, donated eggs, or a surrogate.
CRGH have partnered with Access Fertility to provide a range of financing options, including Multi-Cycle IVF Packages and an “IVF Refund” programme.
Unfortunately, fertility treatment is limited on the NHS and is considered a ‘postcode lottery’ as some areas don’t offer any funded fertility treatment. Speak to your local GP to find out more about your options.
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