- I would like to arrange to have treatment at your clinic. How do I get started?
The cost will be £400 for the initial tests and consultation (after a free online consultation) and then £3,500 which includes embryo freezing and 1 year storage (if the embryos are suitable for freezing)
We are now accepting bookings for first consultation appointments. Please fill in the patient registration form.
- Will I need to have a consultation before starting treatment? What will this include?
The first step before you embark on fertility treatment will be to have an online consultation after which if you wish to proceed we will arrange some tests, including a scan. At some point we will ask you to stop taking the pill so that we can do the ovarian stimulation.
- Do you provide surrogacy treatment?
Not at the moment, but we are hoping to provide surrogacy treatment in the future.
- Do you provide egg donor treatment?
Not at the moment, but we are hoping to provide egg donor treatment in the future.
- Do you provide donor sperm treatment?
Yes, one of our embryologists can guide you through the donor sperm process.
- Are there any additional prices to the set treatment plans?
Our not-for-profit pricing plan is transparent to avoid unexpected cost. The only additional cost will be for medications, which will be paid directly to the pharmacy.
- How is best to communicate with the clinic?
If you are registered with us, the best way to contact us is via the patient portal. If you are contacting us for the first time, you can find more details on the contact us page.
- Are there any restrictions to treatment?
At BPAS Fertility, we want to offer safe treatment that is realistic, fair and evidenced based. For this reason, there are some assessments we have to perform before we can offer treatment.
- How long does a treatment cycle generally last?
A fresh cycle of IVF/ICSI generally takes approximately 4 weeks, from the start of stimulation to the pregnancy test. A frozen embryo replacement cycle lasts a similar amount of time.
- What are my chances of success?
The chances of success are very variable and are dependent of each patients characteristics. We will be able to give you more information about this after the investigation tests have been completed.
- What happens if my treatment isn’t successful?
Fertility treatment can often be a long and difficult journey, but our team will be here support you along the way. If your treatment is not successful, you will have a follow up consultation with a clinician and embryologist, who will help you plan your next steps.
- Are there strict BMI criteria before starting treatment?
We do encourage patients to have a BMI within the 19-35 range before starting treatment, to give you the best possible chance and safe care. We will, however be assessing patients individually and on a case by case basis.