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How much does IVF cost?

If you’re exploring your fertility options, you may be weighing up the costs of different treatments and care providers.

We want to help you feel clear on the costs and everything that’s included so that you can choose the right place for your treatment.

This page outlines the treatment costs if you’re paying for your own treatment.

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Fertility treatment and IVF costs

We understand that fertility treatment is a big financial commitment for many people. We want to take the confusion out of IVF pricing to help you plan for the future.

We provide you with your personalised treatment plan and all the prices before you start your fertility treatment, so you’re clear on what you’ll need to pay.

How much is IVF treatment at TFP Fertility UK?

To give you an idea of how much IVF costs at our clinics, we share a typical treatment scenario.

A typical treatment scenario gives the costs at our clinics for the ‘average’ person starting their fertility journey with us.

This example scenario breaks down all the treatments and services for a single cycle of successful IVF.

Fertility assessment


To make sure your fertility treatment is tailored to give you the best possible chance of success, we start with a comprehensive fertility assessment.

Our assessment package includes pre-treatment tests and a fertility doctor specialist consultation:           

  • AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) Blood Test

  • Detailed pre-treatment scan, including antral follicle count

  • Diagnostic semen analysis

  • Pre-treatment consultation to discuss your results and options

Single-cycle IVF cost


*Subject to regional variation


This typical treatment scenario is for a single cycle of successful IVF.

  • Pre-treatment

    Fertility specialist nurse planning

    Monitoring scans & in-treatment blood tests


  • IVF treatment
    Fertility specialist nurse planning

    Monitoring scans & in-treatment blood tests

    Sperm preparation

    Egg collection, including sedation

    Embryo creation

    Fresh transfer


  • Post-treatment consultation

    Early pregnancy scan

    Review consultation


Mandatory Fertility Lab Services


As well as your IVF procedure, there are specialist fertility services and administrative fees needed to support your treatment.

These include:

  • Blastocyst culture

  • Embryoscope monitoring

  • Embryo glue

  • Embryo freezing

  • 1 year of storage

  • HFEA Fee

Additional costs

These services will depend on your personal fertility and medical history.

Personal Medication Costs - £300 - £2,100

Medication is one element of your fertility treatment that will be tailored to your specific circumstances. For example, If you have a condition like PCOS, there are medicines to give you a better chance of successful IVF.

ICSI - £1,285

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is an additional specialist laboratory procedure that you may be advised to consider following your specialist consultation.

Screening blood tests - £280 per person

Screening blood tests can be used to look for HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis B core and hepatitis C, before you begin fertility treatment.

The exact cost of your fertility care depends on the treatments you have.

It will be tailored around your specific circumstances, considering any existing medical conditions and your fertility history.

We guarantee that there will never be any hidden or unexpected costs throughout your treatment journey. Although costs can change if you have extra medicines or treatment, we communicate this clearly at every stage.

Our price commitment ensures our prices are always...

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To take the confusion out of fertility treatment pricing, we explain your individualised treatment costs in detail and your overall chances of success before you start treatment.

This will help make sure you’re clear on what you’ll need to pay and allow you to make an informed decision.

When trying to compare fertility treatment providers, it helps to know:

  • If they include all the tests, treatments and consultations you’ll need

  • Whether it includes HFEA fees

  • Which extra services they offer and their cost

So that you can feel confident and in control of your treatment costs, we follow a price commitment based on best practices set by the Competitions & Markets Authority (CMA).

When will I know my fertility treatment price?

You’ll get a detailed overview of your treatment costs after your fertility assessment.

Based on your results, we put together a fully costed personalised treatment plan that explains the treatment we recommend, the price and what’s included.  

We explain any additional costs that you need as part of your treatment, such as medications and tests.

The costs of these will be clearly shown and we’ll explain to you exactly why they’re needed.

At this point, we will also provide you with information on the variety of funding routes available.

These include self-funding, NHS funding referrals and our partnership with Access Fertility, who offer patients the chance to fix the cost of their treatment with a variety of payment packages.


Are there additional costs?


As each patient is different, it isn’t always possible to know which treatments you’ll need along the way.

Depending on how your treatment progresses, you might need extra options, such as medications, treatments, or scans.

We outline any potential extra costs and update you at each stage if your treatment plan needs to change.

We are completely clear and transparent about our pricing. If ever you’re not sure about your treatment costs, please speak to us – we’re always happy to help.

What else to consider

Your fertility clinic should be somewhere you feel comfortable and confident that you’ll be listened to.

That means being able to ask questions about costs at any time and feeling reassured that you know what’s happening so that you can relax and focus on your treatment. 

Treatment costs are one thing, but aspects like the clinic’s location, success rates and service provided can all make a difference to your experience too.

That’s why it matters to us that you feel you’re in the right place for your treatment, both from a personal and financial perspective.


Join a fertility information event

If you want to find out more about your fertility options, our Fertility Information Events are a great chance to have your questions answered in depth by our specialist team. You can join either online or in clinic at a TFP Fertility clinic near you.


How much do IVF medications cost?

Typically, IVF medications cost from £300 to £2,100, depending on your personal fertility and medical history.

For example, for certain conditions that can affect your fertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), there are medicines you can take to give you a better chance of successful IVF.

How can I reduce the cost of IVF?

We know that fertility treatment can be a big financial commitment.

There are ways you can spread or reduce the cost of IVF. At TFP Fertility, the funding options available for your treatment are:

  • Spreading the cost through our partnership with Access Fertility, who offer patients the chance to fix the cost of their treatment with a variety of payment packages.

  • Saving on treatment costs with egg sharing

  • NHS funding if you’re eligible

Find out more about how to pay for your fertility treatment.


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